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Alaska's Inside Passageby Kim Heacox
Synopses & Reviews
Exquisitely captured, luminous photographs pay homage to the world's largest sheltered inland waterway. An enthralling treasure for all time.
Book News Annotation:
Heacox's photographs and his text depict the land, people, animals, and towns of the longest protected marine waterway in the world. The photos steal the show: most occupy a full page, while others are two- page spreads. The format is big: 10x13.5". No references or indexing.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Kim Heacox is the award-winning author of several nonfiction books and the novel "Caribou" "Crossing," His feature articles have appeared in "Audubon," "Travel and Leisure," "Wilderness," "Islands," "Orion," and "National Geographic Traveler," His editorials, written for the "Los Angeles Times," have appeared in many major newspapers across the United States. When not playing the guit
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