Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket tattered and sunned at spine. Navy cloth with titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine. Photograph endpapers. ix, 233 pp, bibliography. Edwin Way Teale was a Pulitzer Prize winning writer best known for his series of books documenting nature in America through the four seasons. Grassroots Jungles is an early title of his, featuring his lifelong passion for entomology and photography. Teale describes and provides 130 close-up photographs of cicadas, praying mantises, ants, bees, moths, and other insects largely shot in his Long Island, New York backyard.; 4to 11"-13" tall.
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