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The Arctic

The Arctic
“What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic,” writes Sven-Olof Lindblad, the founder of Lindblad Expeditions, whose life’s work has been leading expeditions. The result of over 40 years of exploring, his book The Arctic celebrates the “pure magic” travelers to the far north have witnessed, and taken home. Organized in three sections:
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An Interview with Michael Engelhard

An Interview with Michael Engelhard
Kindly contributed by Michael Engelhard, this interview is used with permission from Canadian Geographic. The product of meticulous research, Engelhard’s latest book Ice Bear examines over 8,000 years of polar bear history. Whether spirit guide, enemy or symbol of ecological crisis, he argues, the ice bear has always loomed large in the human imagination.  
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Across the Arctic Ocean

Across the Arctic Ocean
“What compels a man to risk everything on a dream?” Sir Ranulph Fiennes asks in his introduction to Across the Arctic Ocean, “Why would anyone put themselves through hell and back all for the sake of walking across a frozen ocean?” The new, beautifully illustrated coffee table book from Thames and Hudson strives not only
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Top Ten Fall Travel Titles

Top Ten Fall Travel Titles
Autumn is the perfect time for reflection, as we return from our summer travels and begin to dream up new destinations. To help inspire you, we’ve culled a list of the top ten new travel books we’re excited to see published this fall. It’s your season, armchair travelers, so curl up with some hot cider
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