The Human Being and the Animal World
is a resource book for teaching about animals in relation to human
beings. It is recommended for Waldorf school classes four and five
(ages 9 to 11).
Charles Kovacs taught in Edinburgh, giving a strong Scottish
flavor to the animals discussed in the first half of the book, which
include seals, red deer, and eagles. In the later chapters, Kovacs
covers elephants, horses, and bears.