Through Good 360 and the Center’s cornerstone Nebraska Truckloads of Help program, Lincoln’s Center For People In Need receives thousands of book donations from participating non-profits and national companies alike, helping put free books in the homes and schools of low-income and high-need families throughout Nebraska.
Today’s A Day In A Read State, the eleventh installment in the series, shows off a gorgeous, perfectly kept 1985 (second) edition of McFarland / Pough / Cade / Heiser’s Vertebrate Life.
Common university microbiology text, for which the fourth edition receives this billing: “Vertebrate Life is the only book that integrates the ecology, behavior, morphology, and physiology of vertebrates in a phylogenetic context. It focuses on how animals work and the consequences–in ecological and evolutionary time–of working one way versus another.”
To wit, textbook examples of:
“Tertiary Mammals of the Southern Continents” brings to mind post-Mission of Burma art rockers Birdsongs of the Mesozoic…