What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Glacier

What I Saw in Glacier makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, glacial features, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions...

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What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Grand Teton

What I Saw in Yellowstone makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions...

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Tucker Tees Off

Tucker Tees Off

Tucker Tees Off is the third book in a series about dogs. This time, Tucker is joined by other dogs and various creatures on the golf course. Woven throughout the 25 pages of Theodore Waddell’s illustrations are rhymes and poems related to golf. Tips and quips accompany Tucker in his quest to finish all 18 holes during the Intermountain golf season.

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My Wild Garden Zoo

My Wild Garden Zoo

Delightful paintings and poetry create a very special book for all children in the Rocky Mountains, and everywhere else! This fun book can be used as an early education tool for identifying western wildlife...

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Tucker's Seasonal Words of Wisdom

Here is Tucker’s Seasonal Words of Wisdom, a delightful children’s book by celebrated Montana/Idaho painter and sculptor Theodore Waddell and writer and photographer Lynn Campion...

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Epsilon

Epsilon

Epsilon is a wolf in Yellowstone National Park. He was born there. When he was only a yearling, Epsilon lost his parents in a fight between rival wolf packs. Epsilon, his brother, and his sister escaped, but they had to survive on their own. They learned how to hunt. They grew up. They formed a strong new pack of wolves, and Epsilon became its leader.

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What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Yellowstone makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, geothermal features, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions...

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Silvertip

Silvertip

“Silvertip” is a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park. He’s big and scary—some of the time. He’s playful and brave – some of the time. And he’s almost always hungry. In other words, Silvertip is a typical male grizzly bear, and this book shows you how he lives through a year...

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LITTLE FRIENDS IN VERSE AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Little Friends in Verse and Photography

Straight from the heart, Mike Logan’s down-to-earth verse and crisp photography share the world of small, furry animals – from the tiny pika to the curious ermine. This peek at small mammals of the American Wet is sure to delight and educate any young reader...

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The Fairy Alphabet

Fabulous fairies teach the alphabet in this unique collection of paintings and rhymes by Fanny Y. Cory, a famous illustrator of children's books in the early 20th century. Drawing from the fairy lore of many cultures, Cory created these adorable fairies to amuse herself and her children...

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