New York: The Junior Literary Guild and Liveright Publishing Corp. 1934. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , v-xi, , 3-340 pp. Orange cloth with brown lettering on the front board and spine, an elephant stamped on the front board; orange topstain. Illustrated with two color plates and several black and white drawings done by Captain Vladimir Perfilieff. Foreword by Dr. James L. Clark, Vice-Director in Charge of Preparation and Exhibition, American Museum of Natural History. A book for children focusing on the destruction of several different species of mammals across the world. The American bison, the hippopotamus, the otter, the kangaroo, the porcupine, the elephant, the lion, the rhino, the wolf, the walrus, and several other species are discussed in this junior conservation book. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #00009796
A Near Fine book in a Very Good jacket with general edge wear, including each fold showing a split.