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by Ike Waits
The most comprehensive guide to hiking, backpacking, camping, and photography in Denali National Park is now available and an EBOOK! You can now take this fantastic resource with you on your smartphone for quick reference on your trip to Denali. Download as a PDF.
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Holographic Aurora Stickers (sheet size 5 x 7 inches)
5 Sticker Shapes
4 Mini Sticker Shapes
3 in stock
Our signature wall calendar features stunning Alaska wildlife and landscape photos.
12 stunning aurora images by Alaska’s best night sky photographers!
Featuring beautiful landscape and wildlife images from Denali National park.
Featuring 53 outstanding photos in a lay-flat, spiral-bound weekly calendar planner, suitable for making written calendar entries on premium matte paper. A mixture of horizontal and vertical images taken by Alaska’s top photographers is accompanied by quotations from noted philosophers, conservationists, and naturalists.
Every month brings amazing images combined with explanations about Alaska’s diverse weather-related natural phenomena.
Featuring selections of Barbara’s paintings on the theme “The Good Life”
The Alaska Pocket Calendar is sleeved in a vinyl checkbook holder, the perfect size for your purse or pocket
Alaska 123 Colors and Numbers uses rhymes and colorful illustrations of Alaskan wildlife to teach children colors and numbers. Ages 3-7
5.2 x 0.5 x 6.2 in., 12 pages
Photograph by Patrick J Endres
“I painted this scene as a gift for my oldest son and his wife to commemorate their wedding at the iconic Crow Creek Mine in Girdwood. The Mine continues to be a popular venue for weddings.” – Barbara Lavallee
In Alaska’s ABC Bears, the antics of Alaska’s polar, black and grizzly bears, help teach the alphabet from A to Z. Ages 3-7.
Alaska’s Animals You and I shows how various animals are different, comparing things like noses, feet, tails, and dwellings with colorful, detailed, and clever close-up compositions.
11 x 8.5 inches, 32 pages, ages 5-10
Alaska’s Train Story teaches kids to say thank you in a fun rhyming story about a magical trip on the Alaska Railroad to Seward. Ages 3-7.
6.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 in., 24 pages
By Verna E. Pratt
An easy-to-use pocket guide to quickly and safely identify Alaska’s wild berries from Ketchikan to Barrow. Color photos of both flowers and berries.
Photo by Amy Johnson
“When I was teaching Alaska Native students, they would tell me how much fun it was to hop ice floes during break-up. Of course, their parents forbade them, but they did it anyway…just as their parents had before them.” – Barbara Lavallee
“When I was teaching Alaska Native students, they would tell me how much fun it was to hop ice floes during break-up. Of course, their parents forbade them, but they did it anyway…just as their parents had before them.” ~ Barbara Lavallee
Photograph by Carl Johnson
Photo by Patrick J Endres
Enjoy the Art Cards of beloved Alaska artist Barbara Lavallee.
Photograph by Ron Niebrugge
Photograph by Brad Josephs
Bear Story is told in 26 rhyming verses, presented in alphabetical order. Each alphabet letter is shown in school print to teach proper spelling and a script version to teach older children proper penmanship.
Softcover. 10.75 x 8.5 inches, 32 pages.
Photograph by Donna Dewhurst