Item Detail

Item Number 4068
Title Cry Of A Bird, The
Author Yglesias, Dorothy
Condition VG/VG-
Publisher William Kimber
Place Published London
Date Published 1962
Binding Hardcover; 2nd Printing
Notes Second impression; this book has blue cloth binding with gilt printing on the spine; clean, straight and tight; the spine is faded as are the top edges. There is some wear to the edges and a faint damp stain on the lower edge of the front cover. The pages are clean and tight, without marks or tears. There is the previous owner's name and an inscription on front end page. The dust jacket is still bright but is worn at the edges with tears and chipping. It is price intact. Spine is faded and there is a corresponding damp stain at the lower front edge. The front cover is illustrated. Describes the beginning and development of the Wild Birds' Hospital at Mousehole, U. K., which has treated over 4,000 sick birds, some which stayed at the sanctuary only a few days, others 20 years. Lots of black and white photographs throughout.; B&W Photographs; 9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches; 168 pages
Keyword(s) Dorothy Yglesias,Birds,Bird Sanctuary,Wild Birds
Category(ies) Animals Insects Birds Reptiles,Biographies Politics Government War
Price $20.25