Dinosaurs in the Attic: An Excursion Into the American Museum of Natural History
Dinosaurs in the Attic is a chronicle of the expeditions, discoveries, and scientists behind the greatest natural history collection every assembled. Written by former Natural History columnist Douglas J. Preston, who worked at the American Museum of Natural History for seven years, this is a celebration of the best-known and best-loved museum in the United States.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Ella_Jill - LibraryThing
This book is divided into three parts. In the first (fairly short) part the author discusses the founding of the museum, in the second he describes the major specimen-gathering expeditions organized ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - delphica - LibraryThing
(#11 in the 2008 book challenge) Now this was satisfying from nearly beginning to end. It's a look at New York City's natural history museum, split into two parts. The first is a more straightforward ... Read full review