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John Muir and Stickeen.

John Muir And Stickeen

Julie Dunlap & Marybeth Lorbiecki; Bill Farnsworth, illustrator

NorthWord Press

c/o Creative Publishing International

18705 Lake Drive East, Chanhassen, MN 55317-9384

1559719036 $16.95 1-800-328-0590 www.creativepub.com

John Muir and Stickeen: An Icy Adventure With A No-Good Dog is the amazing true story adventure of John Muir, who is best known for his tireless work to establish and conserve America's national parks, and a "no-good" dog named Stickeen. As one who loved wild things, Muir felt that tame animals had lost much of their spirit and intelligence along with their wildness. A friend's dog would change his mind forever during one of his expeditions to Alaska; John Muir and Stickeen recounts the dramatic tale with captivating color illustrations of man, dog and icy wilderness.
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Date:Dec 1, 2004
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