Nature PDF books available for free download from our online reading library.
List of free eBooks in this page are
* Favorite Fish and Fishing
* The Cat
* The Blizzard in the West
* The Malay Archipelago
* Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals
* The Ashtabula Disaster
Favorite Fish and Fishing written by James Alexander Henshall is book on fishing and angling with illustrative images of type of fishes. This book is written in four chapters titled THE BLACK BASS: THE GAME FISH OF THE PEOPLE, THE GRAYLING: THE FLOWER OF FISHES, THE TROUT: THE ANGLER'S PRIDE, HIS MAJESTY: THE SILVER KING and a final chapter o..
The Cat written by Philip M. Rule is a comprehensive guide to understand the most common domesticated animal. The author has provided in depth information right from the origins of the Cat and how this wild animal become the pet of our homes. This book is spanned across eight chapters detailing their characteristics, Food, domestic vari..
The Blizzard in the West is one of the rare books found in the subject of natural disasters. A blizzard is the effect of strong sustained winds at the speed of at least 35 miles per hour prolonging for a period of an average three hours, resulting in a severe snowstorm.
This book details one of such blizzard occurred in the year 1891, creating e..
The Malay Archipelago is a scientific exploration of nature, geography and species of islands of eastern hemisphere visited by the British anthropologist Alfred Russel Wallace. This author’s works has influenced Charles Darwin to publish his most remembered work of On the Origin of Species. Wallace’s numerous writings on nature include Palm trees o..
Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals, is a book which explores the habits of animals, written by the English zoologist Sarah Bowdich Lee, who was also a pteridologist, botanist, illustrator and traveller. Her notable writings include British Birds, The Farm and its Scenes, Familiar Natural History, The African wanderers, and Elements of ..
The Ashtabula Disaster is a narrative of the greatest rail road disaster in the 18th century and it remains so till the 1918 Train Wreck. This worst disaster killed 19 passengers including gospel singer Philip Bliss and his wife. The investigations of the cause of the accidents had led to mysterious death and murders of many authorities who were pa..
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