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  1. 44 Days

    44 Days

    $50.00
    Canadian: $35.00 USD
    Iran and the Remaking of the World Learn More
  2. A Camera, Two Kids, and a Camel

    A Camera, Two Kids, and a Camel

    Regular Price: $35.00

    Special Price: $22.00

    Canadian: $25.00 USD
    My Journey in Photographs Learn More
  3. Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures

    Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Special Price: $17.00

    Canadian: $19.00 USD
    Visit a landlocked country of rugged mountains and rich natural resources. Learn More
  4. An American Family

    An American Family

    Regular Price: $40.00

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    Canadian: $12.50 USD
    A remarkable reality show conceived decades before its time. Learn More
  5. Bear: Spirit of the Wild

    Bear: Spirit of the Wild

    Regular Price: $40.00

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    Canadian: $25.00 USD
    Paul Nicklen, wildlife photojournalist, showcases his stunning photography for National Geographic with this collection of North American bears: the grizzly, polar bear, black bear and the rarest spirit bear. Evocative storytelling combines with Nicklen's landmark photographs to reveal the truths and myths about these amazing creatures, and sheds light on their threatened ecosystems. Years of photographing bears in their habitat have given Nicklen a special understanding of these majestic mammals: the polar bear, ranked most popular species on Earth; the grizzly, feared and misunderstood; and the black bear, as well as its precious white counterpart, the spirit bear. Nicklen believes that sharing knowledge and stories about bears will impact the way we think of them, and thus ensure their future. Well-known environmentalists such as Wade Davis, Sylvia Earle, Werner Herzog, and Nicklen himself contribute essays to enhance the message of Nicklen's photographs. Quotes from literary figures punctuate the pages, offering insight into the magnificence of these impressive mammals. An epilogue takes a global look at the future of bears. Learn More
  6. Cherry Blossoms

    Cherry Blossoms

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Special Price: $6.00

    Canadian: $8.00 USD
    This captivating keepsake book, now in paperback, is filled with beautiful photographs, an overview of events and activities, and memorable stories in honor of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Learn about the history, lore, celebrations, fabulous art, parties, and much more that bring together over one million people from across the country and around the world to celebrate the beauty of spring and the meaning of international friendship. Learn More
  7. Extreme Landscape

    Extreme Landscape

    Regular Price: $16.00

    Special Price: $12.95

    Canadian: $20.00 USD
    A compilation of the original work of 19 renowned writers, explorers, adventurers, and scientists who share a passion for, and a commitment to, the world?s extreme environments. Learn More
  8. Five Decades: William Albert Allard

    Five Decades: William Albert Allard

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Special Price: $10.00

    Canadian: $11.00 USD
    Fifty years of incredible photography from a pioneer of color photography. Learn More
  9. Fly Now!

    Fly Now!

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    Poster art captures the glory of early flight.
    Our Price (Softcover): $8.00 Learn More
  10. Hidden Alaska

    Hidden Alaska

    $24.00
    Canadian: $16.00 USD
    A stunning visual story of a place of wonder and mystique for every American, this book features what is legendary and beloved about Alaska, a land of magnificent wilderness and beauty, virtually untouched by human ambition. It also focuses on the key point of interest in the state today: endangered Bristol Bay, which faces potential mining of the world's greatest deposits of copper and gold. Its pristine waters are the worlds' biggest salmon spawning grounds. If the gold is mined, the ecosystem is destroyed —but the impoverished locals have work for the next half-century. After that, the salmon and the mines are gone. Melford, paired with noted environmental storyteller David Atcheson, addresses the dilemma by bowling us over with the beauty and importance of the place for all time. Underwritten by the Renewable Resources Coalition, the book will be distributed among its more than 5,000 members. Learn More

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