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Sylvan T. Runkel: Citizen of the Natural World

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by Larry A. Stone and Jon W. Stravers

A biography of a colorful Iowa character who was Iowa’s foremost naturalist. Coauthor is Jon Stravers. 168 pages (2003)

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Natural Connections: Exploring Northwoods Nature through Science and Your Senses


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Natural Connections 2: Dreaming of an Elfin Skimmer


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