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My Father's Dragon

by Ruth Stiles Gannett

When Elmer Elevator hears about the plight of an overworked and underappreciated baby flying dragon, he stows away on a ship and travels to Wild Island to rescue the dragon.<P><P> A Newbery Honor book

Elephant (UEB contracted)


This elephant is shown from the side; with it's head on the right of the page and tail on the left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. It is a very large animal with pointed tusks and long trunk, and is looking straight ahead of him. To the right of its eye and down, is the elephant's two tusks, below these is the elephant's long trunk. To the left of the head is the large ear, then its big body which is standing on all four legs with toes at the front of his feet. On the left of the page is the elephant's long thin tail with a tuft of hair at the end.

Giraffe (Large Print)


The giraffe is shown from the side with its head in the top right of the page and tail in the bottom left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. This is a very tall animal with a long neck and large spots on the skin of its body. The giraffe is so tall that the page has been rotated to fit. Its head is turned to face you and has two horns on the top, with ears either side. In the middle of its head are its large eyes and down from these are its nostrils. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of its head, is its long neck which leads down to its body. The giraffe is standing on all four long legs each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a small tuft of hair at the end.

Giraffe (UEB uncontracted)


The giraffe is shown from the side with its head in the top right of the page and tail in the bottom left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. This is a very tall animal with a long neck and large spots on the skin of its body. The giraffe is so tall that the page has been rotated to fit. Its head is turned to face you and has two horns on the top, with ears either side. In the middle of its head are its large eyes and down from these are its nostrils. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of its head, is its long neck which leads down to its body. The giraffe is standing on all four long legs each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a small tuft of hair at the end.

Kangaroo (Large Print)


This kangaroo is shown from the side, with its head at the top right and tail at the bottom left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. There are two big ears on top of its head, small eyes in the middle and its nostrils at the bottom. Down from the kangaroo's head is its chest which leads to small forelimbs. To the left of its forelimbs is a pouch sticking out, where a baby kangaroo or joey would sit. Beside its pouch are the kangaroo's huge legs and feet with toes at the end. To the left of its legs is its big long tail.

Kangaroo (UEB uncontracted)


This kangaroo is shown from the side, with its head at the top right and tail at the bottom left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. There are two big ears on top of its head, small eyes in the middle and its nostrils at the bottom. Down from the kangaroo's head is its chest which leads to small forelimbs. To the left of its forelimbs is a pouch sticking out, where a baby kangaroo or joey would sit. Beside its pouch are the kangaroo's huge legs and feet with toes at the end. To the left of its legs is its big long tail.

Kangaroo (UEB contracted)


This kangaroo is shown from the side, with its head at the top right and tail at the bottom left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. There are two big ears on top of its head, small eyes in the middle and its nostrils at the bottom. Down from the kangaroo's head is its chest which leads to small forelimbs. To the left of its forelimbs is a pouch sticking out, where a baby kangaroo or joey would sit. Beside its pouch are the kangaroo's huge legs and feet with toes at the end. To the left of its legs is its big long tail.

Rhinoceros (UEB uncontracted)


The rhinoceros is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the picture, tail at the left and looking straight ahead. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. It is a large animal, with a big head and four large legs. On top of its head, along the centre are two pointed horns, and to the left of these are two ears. The head being a side view shows one eye and one nostril, with the mouth open at the base. To the left of the head is the large body of the rhinoceros, carried on four sturdy legs, each with toes at the front of the feet. To the left of the page is the tail, with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Rhinoceros (UEB contracted)


The rhinoceros is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the picture, tail at the left and looking straight ahead. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. It is a large animal, with a big head and four large legs. On top of its head, along the centre are two pointed horns, and to the left of these are two ears. The head being a side view shows one eye and one nostril, with the mouth open at the base. To the left of the head is the large body of the rhinoceros, carried on four sturdy legs, each with toes at the front of the feet. To the left of the page is the tail, with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Tiger (Large Print)


The tiger is shown from the side with its head at the right and tail at the left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. It is a great big cat, whose fur is patterned with stripes. The tiger's two ears stick up on top of its head. Below the ears are two oval eyes, its nose and mouth. To the left of the tiger's head is its striped body standing on all four legs each with paws. To the left of the page its striped tail is sticking up in the air.

Tiger (UEB contracted)


The tiger is shown from the side with its head at the right and tail at the left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. It is a great big cat, whose fur is patterned with stripes. The tiger's two ears stick up on top of its head. Below the ears are two oval eyes, its nose and mouth. To the left of the tiger's head is its striped body standing on all four legs each with paws. To the left of the page its striped tail is sticking up in the air.

Zebra (Large Print)


This zebra is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the page and its tail at the left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. The zebra has its head turned to face you. A zebra is similar to a horse, but has stripes covering its body. Its head has two ears sticking out at the top, two small eyes in the middle and two nostrils at the bottom. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of the head is the neck with its hairy mane sticking up on top. To the left of the neck is the body of the zebra, standing on all four legs, each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Zebra (UEB uncontracted)


This zebra is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the page and its tail at the left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. The zebra has its head turned to face you. A zebra is similar to a horse, but has stripes covering its body. Its head has two ears sticking out at the top, two small eyes in the middle and two nostrils at the bottom. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of the head is the neck with its hairy mane sticking up on top. To the left of the neck is the body of the zebra, standing on all four legs, each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Zebra (UEB contracted)


This zebra is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the page and its tail at the left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. The zebra has its head turned to face you. A zebra is similar to a horse, but has stripes covering its body. Its head has two ears sticking out at the top, two small eyes in the middle and two nostrils at the bottom. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of the head is the neck with its hairy mane sticking up on top. To the left of the neck is the body of the zebra, standing on all four legs, each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Elephant (UEB uncontracted)


This elephant is shown from the side; with it's head on the right of the page and tail on the left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. It is a very large animal with pointed tusks and long trunk, and is looking straight ahead of him. To the right of its eye and down, is the elephant's two tusks, below these is the elephant's long trunk. To the left of the head is the large ear, then its big body which is standing on all four legs with toes at the front of his feet. On the left of the page is the elephant's long thin tail with a tuft of hair at the end.

Giraffe (UEB contracted)


The giraffe is shown from the side with its head in the top right of the page and tail in the bottom left. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. This is a very tall animal with a long neck and large spots on the skin of its body. The giraffe is so tall that the page has been rotated to fit. Its head is turned to face you and has two horns on the top, with ears either side. In the middle of its head are its large eyes and down from these are its nostrils. Its mouth is just below its nostrils but is not shown on the image. To the left of its head, is its long neck which leads down to its body. The giraffe is standing on all four long legs each with hooves. On the left of the page is the tail with a small tuft of hair at the end.

Rhinoceros (Large Print)


The rhinoceros is shown from the side, with its head at the right of the picture, tail at the left and looking straight ahead. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. It is a large animal, with a big head and four large legs. On top of its head, along the centre are two pointed horns, and to the left of these are two ears. The head being a side view shows one eye and one nostril, with the mouth open at the base. To the left of the head is the large body of the rhinoceros, carried on four sturdy legs, each with toes at the front of the feet. To the left of the page is the tail, with a little tuft of hair at the end.

Tiger (UEB uncontracted)


The tiger is shown from the side with its head at the right and tail at the left of the page. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the right way up. Its head is turned to face you. It is a great big cat, whose fur is patterned with stripes. The tiger's two ears stick up on top of its head. Below the ears are two oval eyes, its nose and mouth. To the left of the tiger's head is its striped body standing on all four legs each with paws. To the left of the page its striped tail is sticking up in the air.

A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE POSITION OF MR. DARWIN'S WORK, "ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES,"

by Thomas Henry Huxley

A Critical Examination of the Position of Mr. Darwin's Work, "On the Origin of Species," in Relation to the Complete Theory of the Causes of the Phenomena of Organic Nature Lecture VI. (of VI.), "Lectures to Working Men", at the Museum of Practical Geology, 1863, on Darwin's Work: "Origin of Species"

Hedgehog (Large Print)


This image shows a hedgehog from the side. Its head is on the right of the page and rear on the left. The hedgehog is not facing you, so only one eye and ear can be found. It has a very pointed snout, small nose and slightly open mouth. To the left of its eye is its small rounded ear. To the left of its ear is a mass of spines. They can be felt along the top of its back and down the side of its body. Down from its spiny back are the hedgehog's smooth tummy and four short legs.

Hedgehog (UEB uncontracted)


This image shows a hedgehog from the side. Its head is on the right of the page and rear on the left. The hedgehog is not facing you, so only one eye and ear can be found. It has a very pointed snout, small nose and slightly open mouth. To the left of its eye is its small rounded ear. To the left of its ear is a mass of spines. They can be felt along the top of its back and down the side of its body. Down from its spiny back are the hedgehog's smooth tummy and four short legs.

Hedgehog (UEB Contracted)


This image shows a hedgehog from the side. Its head is on the right of the page and rear on the left. The hedgehog is not facing you, so only one eye and ear can be found. It has a very pointed snout, small nose and slightly open mouth. To the left of its eye is its small rounded ear. To the left of its ear is a mass of spines. They can be felt along the top of its back and down the side of its body. Down from its spiny back are the hedgehog's smooth tummy and four short legs.

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