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Ride through the remote Alaska wilderness (and solve the puzzles) as you read about life living in the wilds of Alaska. This puzzle book is like no other - not only do you get over 200 easy to medium Sudoku puzzles to solve, but you get an up close glimpse of what it's really like to live life in the wilds of Alaska as a modern-day adventurer. No running water. No TV. Just loads and loads of wildlife and tales to tell. Shannon Cartwright, the award-winning best-selling author and illustrator of over 20 children's books, including "ABC Bears", "Sitka Rose" and her latest, "Ol' 556", has been living the dream many dare to follow. Along with her husband and trusty dogs, Shannon lives miles from nowhere in the middle of remote Alaska where there's no phone, no electricity, no roads, but plenty of bears, moose, and even pesky porcupines for neighbors. To get to 'town', they have to hike thru remote wilderness to get to the train tracks where they 'flag down' the next passing Alaska Railroad train, the last railroad to offer flag stop service. In this delightful little puzzle book meant for all ages, from kids to adults, you'll be entertained not just with the easy to medium logic puzzles, but also with the stories of Shannon's daily adventures, living off the land. Each puzzle is accompanied by a story about living in the vast expanse of Alaska. From porcupines eating thru the outhouse, to encounters with bears, you'll get a feel for what it's like to be a current-day Alaskan adventurer. This book is a companion to Shannon's latest book, "The Ol' 556 - Alaska's Mighty Steam Engine," a story for all ages about the little train that could and did come back to save the day.
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