A Treasury of Australian Wildlife Stories
by Bill Wannan
Illustrated by Robin Hill
Lansdowne Press, 1963, [First Edition], black and white line drawings, illustrated frontispiece, hardcover, dustjacket
Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, ex-library with stamp to title page and front endpaper, stickers and stamps to back endpapers, protected dustjacket attached with tape to inside endpapers (see photographs)
“This anthology is unique – the first collection yet published of Australian nature stories by the foremost authors in this fascinating field of creative writing.
A Treasury of Australian Wildlife Stories will give many hours f pleasure to all who are interested in the ways of the Australian wild – and that includes most people. Here are superbly written tales of hunter and hunted – and not only of man against animal, but sometimes animal against animal as in Frank Dalby Davison’s unforgettable “The Good Season” and in the powerful stories of Henry G. Lamond.”