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Menagerie Manor

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By: Gerald Durrell
188 pages, Line illus
Publisher: Summersdale
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  • Menagerie Manor ISBN: 9781840245936 Paperback Jul 2007 Out of Print #171107
  • Menagerie Manor ISBN: 9780755111954 Paperback Oct 2002 Out of Print #134529
  • Menagerie Manor ISBN: 9780140025224 Paperback Sep 1995 Out of Print #3525
  • Menagerie Manor ISBN: 9780246636867 Hardback Dec 1964 Out of Print #1133
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Reprint of Durrell's account of the initial years at his famous zoo on Jersey.

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Gerald Durrell (1925-1995) is one of England's best-loved authors and had a lifelong passion for animals of all kinds. Born in India, he was taken by his family to live in Corfu as a child, and immediately became fascinated by the island's natural history; these years are famously documented in My Family and Other Animals. In 1947 he began making expeditions to collect animals from around the world in order to protect endangered species. He founded the Jersey Wildlife Protection Trust to look after these animals, and the Trust is still run by his widow, Lee Durrell.

Out of Print
By: Gerald Durrell
188 pages, Line illus
Publisher: Summersdale
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'A renegade who was right... He was truly a man before his time' Sir David Attenborough 'You can't deny that there are some species that now exist because of him' Craig Bennett, Friends of the Earth 'Gerry, more than anybody else, got people to reconnect with animals emotionally... he just somehow makes the animals touch the inner core of the reader' Lee Durrell

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