About Them: Natural history tells the story of our living earth. It comprises the systematic observation, classification, interpretation, and description of the biosphere and its inhabitants. Natural history is a primary component of culture. Every society develops some system for classifying, interpreting, and valuing animals, plants, and other natural phenomena. These systems shape our understanding of the world and our place in it.
This very adorable well done journal from Natural Histories. This journal seems like has over 100 pages in it. It is medium length like pages in it. They have four awesome very cute journals available for purchase. “The perfect accompaniment to our American Museum of Natural History books, Natural Histories and Extraordinary Birds. Each of the four journals showcases a stunning print on the cover, drawn from the Museum’s unique Rare Book Collection, and features decorative end papers with an elegant antique finish.” The paper inside is pretty much like any normal kind of journal paper. The cover and back cover are well made and strong. I added a little rubber piece to help keep the book closed when not in use, we use this for our recipe book, smallish and handy for storing away.
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