It is always a pleasure to hear that our books are valued and used by our customers, whether they be general readers, students or academics. It is also encouraging to see an increasing number of overseas institutional libraries stocking our titles for research purposes. A quick search of academic citation records shows that many of our titles have been cited in the scientific literature to date, but by far the best in this regard is our title: Biodiversity of Fossils in Amber from the Major World Deposits, edited by David Penney and published in 2010.
It was reviewed in the Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society as follows: Antenna, 35: "This impressive book constitutes a reliable sources of information on the palaeodiversity of amber arthropods, it will beyond doubts become a reference handbook for all amber students and general entomologists. It is a must have for all entomological libraries, recommended to both amateur and professional entomologists alike. The audience of this book is potentially very broad and will include not only palaeontologists and entomologists, but also students and all amber enthusiasts."
The volume covers all the major amber deposits of the world with the different chapters being written by recognized experts on the relevant deposits and in total the book and the various different chapters have been cited 622 times in the scientific literature to date. To show how happy we are about this and to encourage further citations, we are offering a massive £25.00 off the RRP using code: 622 at checkout but hurry because the code is limited to the first 50 customers after which time it will expire. Click the cover below to see more about this title and order your copy now.
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