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November 29, 1924

The Sprite. The Story of a Red Fox.

JAMA. 1924;83(22):1790. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02660220066042

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Abstract

Mr. Baynes is a lover of animals, who is in no sense of the type of either the nature faker or the fanatic. His contributions to the campaign for the advancement of medical science through well controlled animal experimentation are beginning to be known to every physician; his work should be encouraged by the medical profession. The present book, although written primarily for the child, will be found equally interesting to the adult. It is the story of a red fox, told in a simple, straightforward style and almost perfectly illustrated by excellent photographs. Here is an opportunity to give the child proper instruction concerning wild animals and to give it at the same time a correct point of view.

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