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A Child's Glacier Bay.

A Wilderness of Treasures

A family sets out in Kayaks to explore Alaska's Glacier Bay. They find wildlife, beauty, the challenge of the ocean, and the joy of learning their place in the wild world around them. Written by mother and daughter, A Child's Glacier Bay lets the reader see one of America's most unspoiled wilderness regions with the open-eyed fascination of youth and the knowledge and experience of maturity. Roy Corral's crisp photography emphasizes the intimacy of family by capturing it against the most imposing of natural backdrops.
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Publication:Children's Digest
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Oct 1, 1998
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