THE GREAT ALASKA NATURE FACTBOOK
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This guidebook is organized into three easy-to-read sections: animals, plants, and the natural features of Alaska which is the largest and most varied of all the states in America. Entries in each section are listed alphabetically. This book contains fascinating factoids, line art drawings, and a state map along with entertainingly written entries. Whether you live in Alaska or are just passing through, you?ll discover a gold mine of nuggets, facts, and information that will give you a deeper understanding about everything you may encounter from reindeer, puffins, and Dall sheep to taiga, pingos, and fjords.
Susan Ewing resided in Alaska for twelve years where she lived in and explored every region of the state before writing this nature fact book. She is also the author of two other guide books and two children?s books. Her articles, essays and short fiction have appeared in Gray?s Sporting Journal, Sports Afield, Big Sky Journal, Cowboys and Indians, Bugle and other publications and anthologies.