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Stay Cool: A Polar Bear's Guide to Life

Jonathan Chester, Patrick Regan

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ISBN 10: 0740791370 / ISBN 13: 9780740791376
Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing
Used Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Title: Stay Cool: A Polar Bear's Guide to Life

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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Roly-poly, formidable, insufferably cute, polar bears are the star of this pithy narrative on life lessons from the most feared and fearless residents of the Arctic.

What does it mean to be cool? The quality has always been hard to define, but easy to identify. James Dean. Miles Davis. They were cool. Joe Montana scrambling in the pocket. Steve McQueen riding a motorcycle. Very cool. To that list, you can now add another towering paragon of cool: the mighty polar bear.

In Stay Cool, award-winning polar photographer Jonathan Chester and writer Patrick Regan reveal the uncanny life lessons to be learned from polar bears, those imposing but endlessly appealing kings of the Arctic. 

Pithy, clever, and surprisingly heartwarming, Stay Cool illustrates that these wild creatures with a strong sense of self and the ability to rely on their instincts have something useful to teach us all, making this keepsake book a great gift for people of all ages.

About the Author:

Jonathan Chester has been a professional photographer for 30 years shooting on all 7 continents.. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Chester has previously worked on the books Flipping Brilliant: A Penguin's Guide to a Happy Life and To Love Is to Fly.

Writer Patrick Regan lives in Kansas City, Missouri, and is the author of numerous gift, trade, humor, and children's books.

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