Alaska Bear Tales

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"Alaska Bear Tales" is a best-selling collection of edge-of-your-seat accounts of true-life encounters with bears in Alaska.

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Overview

"Alaska Bear Tales" is a best-selling collection of edge-of-your-seat accounts of true-life encounters with bears in Alaska.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780882402321
  • Publisher: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 6/28/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 324
  • Sales rank: 310,241
  • Lexile: 1090L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.36 (w) x 8.34 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Larry Kaniut is the bestselling author of "Alaska Bear Tales," His other books include "Some Bears Kill" and "Danger Stalks the Land," His stories have appeared in "Outdoor Life," "Outdoor America," "Anchorage Times," and "Alaska Magazine," and he has appeared numerous times on national television and radio shows, including Good Morning America and G. Gordon Liddy's show. He has been an Alaska resident since 1966.
Co-editor Denise Little worked with Spike Walker on "Alaska: Tales of Adventure from the Last Frontier,"

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
The Brownie (Grizzly) is Big and Tough 5
They'll Attack Without Warning 17
They're Unpredictable 29
Some Will Charge, Some Will Bluff 45
They'll Really Maul You 57
They Will Kill 81
Which Is The Tougher? 101
"Come Quick! I'm Being Eaten by a Bear!" 113
A Boy is Blinded 125
Nanook - The Ice Bear 135
Some Are Plain Nuisances 145
They Can Be Funny 167
Some Tales Are Odd, Some Are Just Tall 183
Bows, Slingshots and Boomsticks 207
You Do A Lot Of Thinking 223
What The Doctors Say 237
A Few Rules-Plenty of Caution and Common Sense 249
Some Final Advice 277
Ursulaneous 287
The Bear's Future In Alaska 297
Alaskan Bear Harvest Reports 303
Bibliography 305
Index 314
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2004

    More Alaska Bear Tales

    I have read the second book first and cannot wait to read the first . It was so compelling how it was written that I felt as though I was there face to face with the Bear. I never have been to Alaska nor have encountered a bear but I do hunt. And from reading the stories and first hand accounts from these people in this book I have found a new view and respect for the outdoors and wildlife. I'm not even sure I would go to alaska for the real potinal danger one could encounter there. these creatures are awesume and need real respect and deligents when around their enviourment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2000

    Alaska Bear Tales - Teeth and Claws Too

    'Alaska Bear Tales' is an outstanding read. Riveting, amazing, chills down your spine, and yet also humorous at moments. Having worked and travelled extensively throughout Alaska, on the original survey for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, as well as on several other survey and exploration projects and work for the Bureau of Land Management and Alaska Fish and Game Commission, I frequently found myself in rather close quarters with the big Brownies, or Grizzly bears. I can relate in one way or another to several of the tales in 'Alaska Bear Tales' and can't wait to begin reading Kaniut's sequel book, 'More Alaska Bear Tales'.

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