Series: Smithsonian Handbooks

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Birds of the World (Dorling Kindersley Handbooks) by Alan Greensmith
DK Handbooks: Aquarium Fish by Dick Mills
DK Handbooks: Fossils by David Ward
DK Handbooks: Horses by Elwyn Hartley Edwards
Eyewitness Handbooks: Flags by William G. Crampton
Insects by George C. McGavin
Smithsonian Handbooks Birds of North America: Western Region by Fred J. Alsop
Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of Florida by Fred J. Alsop
Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of New England by Fred J. Alsop
Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of North America -- Eastern Region (Smithsonian Handbooks) by Fred J. Alsop
Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of Texas by Fred J. Alsop
Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of the Mid-Atlantic by DK Publishing
Smithsonian Handbooks: Butterflies and Moths by David J Carter
Smithsonian Handbooks: Complete Flags of the World by DK Publishing
Smithsonian Handbooks: Dogs by David Alderton
Smithsonian Handbooks: Herbs by Lesley Bremness
Smithsonian Handbooks: Mushrooms by Thomas Laessoe
Smithsonian Handbooks: Reptiles and Amphibians by Tim Halliday
Smithsonian Handbooks: Rocks & Minerals (Smithsonian Handbooks) by Chris Pellant
Smithsonian Handbooks: Shells by S. Peter Dance
Smithsonian Handbooks: Stars and Planets by Ian Ridpath
Smithsonian Handbooks: Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises by Mark Carwardine
Trees by Allen J. Coombes
Wildflowers of Britain and Northwest Europe by Christopher Grey-Wilson
Smithsonian Handbooks: Mammals by Juliet Clutton-Brock2002

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  1. DK Handbooks: Gemstones by Cally Hall (1994)
  2. Butterflies and Moths (Eyewitness Handbooks) by David J Carter (1992)
  3. DK Handbooks: Cats by David Alderton (1983)
  4. Eastern Birds (Peterson Field Guides) by Roger Tory Peterson (1947)
  5. Birds of Western North America: A Photographic Guide (Princeton Field Guides) by Paul Sterry (2009)
  6. Birding in the American West: A Handbook (Comstock Books) by Kevin J. Zimmer (2000)
  7. Eyewitness Handbooks: Birds' Eggs by Michael Walters (1994)
  8. Birds of North America by Kenn Kaufman (2000)
  9. The Sibley Guide to Birds by David Allen Sibley (2000)
  10. Herbs (Dorling Kindersley Handbook) by Lesley Bremness (1990)
  11. National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America by National Geographic Society (1983)
  12. Smithsonian Handbooks: Birds of the World (Smithsonian Handbooks) by Alan Greensmith (2002)
  13. Pete Dunne's Essential Field Guide Companion: A Comprehensive Resource for Identifying North American Birds by Pete Dunne (2006)
  14. Simon & Schuster'S Guide To Freshwater And Marine Aquarium Fishes by Francesco Bianchini (1977)
  15. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region by National Audubon Society (1977)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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