A Child's Glacier Bay
Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
This vivid learning adventure, seen through the eyes of young travelers, is filled with natural history, photographs, and wonderful firsthand accounts of a wilderness destination visited by over 300,000 people every year. Full color.
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Bartlett Cove Bear tracks Ben's blue grouse boat boils boreal toad brown bear bushes campfire chunks Corral crash cross the West dad paddles dad says dad's dive dragon driftwood eagle early embers farther back feathers giant Glacier Bay Hannah harbor seals hike hits the water hoot-hoot humpback whale hunt icebergs icy air Johns Hopkins Inlet journey jump kayak Lamplugh Glacier Left bottom looking lunch lupine matchless fire Moments later morning mountain mouth moved Muir Inlet one-two-three orcas outgoing tide pack park ranger plants pups Queen Inlet rain ready to go ride Riggs Glacier rising tide rock left rocky beach sand sea duck seaweed set up camp shallow shouts sleeping bags Spirit of Adventure strawberries stretch Surf scoters tarns tent there's tide changes tidewater toy whale upbay wake warm waves West Arm What's White Thunder Ridge wild willow ptarmigan sits wind wonder yellow air sac