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    Denali National Park Guide Hiking, Photography and Camping

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    by Ike Waits The complete park “insider’s guide” to day hiking, backpacking, photography, and camping in Alaska’s top tourist destination. Ike Waits has worked or hiked in Denali since 1967. “Get off the bus!” is the author’s best advice for your visit to Denali National Park. Hiking maps, photo tips, contact info and bibliography for trips ranging from 30 minutes to a week. Contains detailed descriptions and information essential to planning the best use of your time, plus 3 hikes in Denali State Park. Not sold within the park.
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    Icons of the Iditarod

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    Photography by Jeff Schultz. More than a coffee table book, Tricia Brown’s text educates and informs with exciting stories surrounding the people, places, dogs and events in “The Last Great Race.” 11 x 9.5 inches, 144 pages, softcover. ISBN 978-0-996843-11-9
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    The Adventures of Apun the Arctic Fox

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    Text by Liz O’Connell Illustrated by Kristin Link 2018 First Place for Children’s Fiction. This first pop-up book about Alaska’s Arctic by Alaskan artists received a First Place 2018 Award for Children’s Fiction from Alaska Professional Communicators. Reviewers say: “This is a delightful book for beginning readers and elementary school age children. The pop-up phenomenon is attractive for all readers.” The author uses simple language to instruct about life in the Arctic and how an Arctic fox must compete to survive in a harsh land. O’Connell presents a single strand in a narrative that is a good story well told, accompanied by Link’s colorful illustrations. 8.5 x 5 inches, 16 pages, pop-up book. ISBN: 978-1-1578336-80-7
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    The Native People of Alaska

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    by Steve J. Langdon Named as one of the best Alaska history books of all time on the Alaska 67 list! The book is a traditional bestseller, in print continuously for more than 30 years. Author Steve Langdon describes how ALL of Alaska’s Native people survived in one of the most challenging environments on earth for more than 200 generations, long before modern technology. Topics include traditional housing, dress, food, social systems, beliefs and more. The fifth edition contains revised text, additional photos, and index.
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