Louise Nevelson

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Dutton, 1976 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 197 pages
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Weaving science, history, culture, and folklore, a fascinating book about this creature's amazing abilities offers a look at rats that goes from curious to repulsive, horrifying to comic, fearsome to inspiring.

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User Review  - SuPendleton - LibraryThing

This is a fascinating book about the different roles rats play in society- from carrying diseases to saving lives by detecting landmines and TB through people's saliva. When I first picked it up, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anna.Nash - LibraryThing

Oh, Rats! Is the story of how rats and humans have interacted throughout history. Sometimes the interaction is congenial, sometimes not so much. The book has great engaging writing with clear concepts ... Read full review

Contents

Biographical Summary
11
Prologue
19
LOUISE NEVELSON
25
Copyright

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About the author (1976)

Albert Marrin is the author of over two dozen awardwinning nonfiction books for young people. He lives with his wife, Yvette, in Riverdale, New York.

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