Carolina Seashells

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Sandlapper Pub., Mar 1, 1989 - Nature - 96 pages
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Descriptions of more than 200 different kinds of shells can be found on the North Carolina and South Carolina beaches. Includes illustrations and tips on where to find the shells and how to make collections.

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Contents

Introduction
11
Bivalvia
19
Contents
53
Strange Creatures of the Sea
79
Glossary
85
Index
91
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About the author (1989)

Nancy Rhyne, a resident of Murrells Inlet, is an award-winning author and one of the South's great storytellers. She strives to introduce children to the heritage of their area through local folklore and legends that are designed to inspire children to learn about their own surroundings as well as to entertain them with delightful stories of children, much like themselves, caught in some very unusual circumstances. She actively lectures to school groups, conventions, civic organizations, and other groups who enjoy her tales of the South Carolina Low Country, plantation life in the 1800s, and most recently, the intriguing tale of the infamous creature believed to be half human and half lizard that roams the lowlands. She has published many books.

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