Alaska books including humorous stories, Alaska adventures and fun nostalgic reading.
You'll love this fun collection of stories about growing up in Alaska.
My family moved from California to the U.S. Territory of Alaska in 1950 when I was three years old. Over our many years in the Great Land, our family had many adventures that you could only experience in a frontier like Alaska.
"Humorous Stories from ALASKA... and beyond" brings the 49th state right to you.
It was the hardest work I have ever done in my life.
When I was just 16, my dad got me a job on a purse seiner out of Cordova, Alaska. I would be commercial fishing on Prince William Sound.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be on, or work on a commercial fishing boat in Alaska, you'll love "My Alaska Commercial Fishing Adventure."
Based on a true story.
When we were young teenage boys, My brother Tom and I went camping on a small wooded island in Alaska. And what happened that night when our imaginations got the best of us is a very funny story.
In "Terror on Wendigo Island" you'll row across an Alaska lake to camp on a tiny island when a windy night turns to terror. But it's all in fun.
These fun books will transport you north... way north... north to Alaska.
Adventures in the Great Land are like no other. Surrounded by majestic mountains, beautiful lakes, rivers and streams, and grand forests, you quickly realize that Alaska is a very special place indeed.
Fun family adventures, harvesting salmon from the beautiful waters of Prince William Sound, and a camping adventure that will never be forgotten. You'll discover all that and more in these Good Lunchtime Reads.
Have you ever wanted to visit Alaska?
Author Michael R Dougherty first arrived in Alaska when he was only three years old and the Great Land was still only a Territory of the United States.
"Our family loved Alaska and we were fortunate to experience the 49th state like most only dream of. From living in a two-room cabin in the woods, to riding in a dog sled pulled by a team of race dogs and fishing in a lake you could only get to by landing on the water in a float plane" says Mike.
In the Alaska books listed above, you'll get to experience at least a little of what Mike and his family experienced.