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Aquarium Keeping: The Aquarium Keeping Guidebook by David Justin Smith is a guide on keeping an aquarium. Inside you will find help on how to decorate your aquarium to suit the fish, which plants work best and how to set up your aquarium and which equipment you need to purchase for a successful setup. Learn which fish to buy for a quiet, hassle-free setup and what toys to buy your fish to keep them entertained and make your tank look great. Open the cover to find out everything you need to know to run a successful and happy aquarium.
Aquarium Keeping: The Aquarium Keeping Guidebook by David Justin Smith is another great guidebook on successfully setting up an aquarium. Mr. Smith explains everything we need to know in a matter of fact way, using easy to understand terms and descriptive language. The book is set out in an order that is logical and makes for easy reading. Mr. Smith has clearly got the knowledge and imparts it well, explaining everything simply. The only thing missing, the one thing that would boost this book even more, is a few photographs, showing some of the things that are talked about in the book. Photos of brightly colored fish are appealing to the eye and, I think, are something that needs to be included in this kind of book. That said, if all you are after is a straightforward guide on building up a successful aquarium, then this book will more than suffice for your needs.