Golden Nature Guide
Published by Golden Press
22 Total Books

Edited by Herbert S. Zim

These comprehensive and authoritative Golden Guides have been prepared by Dr. Herbert S. Zim, authority on science education, in collaboration with experts in each field. Copiously illustrated in full color, each book contains a fact-filled 160 pages. This encyclopedic series makes an invaluable library collection for people of all ages.

The Golden Nature Guides are an introduction to the world of nature, a guide to the most common, most easily seen, and most interesting aspects of the world around us.

From A Golden Nature Guide: Seashores

The Golden Nature Guides are an introduction to the world of nature, a guide to the most common, most easily seen, and most interesting aspects of the world around us. Each guide combines the authority of an eminent scientist and of an expert in science education—Dr. Herbert S. Zim. These 160 page books overflow with accurate full color illustrations and concise, double-checked information which makes identification and understanding the subject easy and enjoyable.

From A Golden Nature Guide: Seashells of the World

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Books in this Series

Birds: A Guide to the Most Familiar American Birds
Butterflies and Moths: A guide to the more common American species
Exotic Plants
Fishes: A guide to fresh- and salt-water species
Flowers: A guide to familiar American wildflowers
Fossils: A guide to prehistoric life
Gamebirds: A guide to North American species and their habits
Insect Pests: A guide to more than 350 pests of home, garden, field and forest
Insects: A guide to familiar American insects
Mammals: A guide to familiar American species
Non-flowering plants: ferns, mosses, lichens, mushrooms and other fungi
Orchids
Pond Life: A guide to common plants and animals of North American ponds and lakes
Reptiles and Amphibians: A guide to familiar American species
Rocks and Minerals: A guide to familiar minerals, gems, ores and rocks
Sea Shells of the World: A guide to the better-known species
Seashores: A guide to animals and plants along the beaches
Spiders and their kin
Stars: A guide to the constellations, sun, moon, planets and other features of the heavens
Trees: A guide to familiar American trees
Weather: A Guide to Phenomena and Forecasts
Zoo Animals