The Snow Walker

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Stackpole Books, 2003 - History - 209 pages
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  • Classic works by one of North America's greatest storytellers brought back to print in a new paperback series
  • Inspiration for the major motion picture from Infinity Media and First Look International

    Central to Farley Mowat's writing is his quest to understand the often-forgotten native people of the vast arctic wilderness. In this moving collection, he allows these people to describe in their own words the adventures they experience as they struggle to survive in an isolated, untamed land. Stories of survival and courage, of superstition and fate, of uncompromising loyalty to family and tribe are presented here, offering a vivid portrait of a people whose existence is often beyond the comprehension of modern man.


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    User Review  - jbarr5 - LibraryThing

    The Snow Walker by Farley Mowat Stories of survival of those who live upper northern tundra. Such a strong bred of people in that they are able to adapt to the surroundings they are raised in. Loved ... Read full review

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    This and the two nonfiction titles below are the first in Stackpole's new "Farley Mowat Library." This 1975 collection of short stories focuses on Arctic natives. Mowat always has readers, but a forthcoming feature film based on The Snow Walker will boost interest. Read full review


    Stranger in Taransay
    The Iron Men
    Two Who Were One
    The Blood in Their Veins
    The Woman and the Wolf
    The Snow Walker
    The White Canoe
    Dark Odyssey of Soosie

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    Farley Mowat's nearly forty books have sold millions of copies & have been published in more than twenty languages. His books include "Never Cry Wolf", "Sea of Slaughter", "The Farfarers", "People of the Deer", "The Dog Who Wouldn't Be", "The Desperate People", & "Ordeal by Ice".

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