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Publisher's Summary

Funny, scary, and touching true stories from Yellowstone wildlife photographers, rangers, guides, and trackers who've accidentally come face-to-face with grizzly bears and bison, who've camped out in -70 degree temperatures, and much more. From a Wall Street Journal best-selling author and wildlife photographer whose award-wining Yellowstone imagery is displayed in the Smithsonian.
©2017 Carolyn Jourdan and Sandy Sisti (P)2017 Carolyn Jourdan and Sandy Sisti
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3 out of 5 stars
By kgohl on 09-12-17

Interesting but disjointed

This book about animals in Yellowstone seems to be composed of a series of short reports on animal behavior from four or five people. The chapters, organized by animal, tend to be repetitious, especially the first chapter on bears. Still, it's an interesting read, especially if you are a hiker looking for information on animal behavior around humans. My main complaint is that it needs a good editor.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tatiana on 08-06-17

Interesting true accounts.

I enjoyed listening to this book with my nearly 7 year old son. We live in Alaska where bears and other dangerous wildlife are real concerns, so I make it a point to impress upon him the necessity of vigilance with these animals. Some of the stories in this book certainly helped bring these warnings to life.

Despite this healthy respect, however, my son loves animals more than anything, and there were also many more lighthearted tales here to entertain and interest him. Plenty interesting for an adult, as well!

The narration was excellent, and fit perfectly.

I received a copy of this book free from the author, publisher or narrator and have voluntarily left this review. This did not affect the thoughts and opinions I have expressed.

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