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Polar Dream, by Helen Thayer WAS $15.95 NOW $7.98
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The personal story of adventurer Helen Thayer's solo ski trek to the magnetic North Pole, accompanied by her husky Charley. At the age of 50, she was the first woman to do it. This is an adventure story and a tale of true love between a human and an animal. 254 pages, (softcover)
Honest Dogs, by Brian Patrick O'Donoghue WAS $19.95 NOW $9.95
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"A Story and Triumph and Regret from the World's Toughest Sled Dog Race" The author sees his youth slipping away and yearns for one more challenge. He competes in the 1998 Yukon Quest and although he finished last a few years before in the Iditarod, he sets off with his fourteen huskies to see if he and his team have the stuff to be contenders. His strategies, hopes and disappointments take us on an astonishing journey. 352 pages, 75 photographs (softcover)
Back Of the Pack, by Don Bowers WAS $17.95 NOW $8.95
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A retired Air Force pilot, Don Bowers tells about those who run the Iditarod with no hope of winning prize money or glory. He joined the Iditarod Air Force flying support for the dog race and caught the bug for dog racing. He's never recovered. 395 pages (softcover)
Iditarod, The Great Race to Nome, by Bill Sherwonit WAS $19.95 NOW $9.95
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For two weeks each March, Alaskans and adventure-lovers throughout the world turn their attention to the longest dog sled race in the world: the 1,100 mile Iditarod. The photos of Jeff Schultz provide this text with a dramatic visual record of these courageous human and canine competitors. Bill's compelling narrative chronicles the origins of the trail and the race's route from Anchorage to Nome on the Bering Sea. He conveys the struggle of the mushers and their dogs, in a racers' own words. 144 pages (softcover)
The Last Great Race, by Tim Jones WAS $16.95 NOW $6.45
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The story of the incredible 1,200 mile dogsled race across Alaska's hostile winter landscape from Anchorage to Nome. Evocative drawings, plus race results since 1973 to 1988. 274 pages (softcover)