Mary's Wild Winter Feast by Hannah Lindoff
  

Synopsis

Mary's Wild Winter Feast by Hannah Lindoff

When winter rain washes away Mary's chances for a sledding day, she thinks there is no hope for excitement. But with a little imagination and a brimming pantry she soon finds herself caught up in a colorful journey. Together with her father she relives five Alaska adventures, each uniquely inspired by a jar in her pantry. From salmon to blueberries, each lively tale introduces young readers to Mary's homeland and invites them to learn about how different places can produce different foods. Featuring brilliant collages from artists Nobu Koch and Clarissa Rizal, Mary's Wild Winter Feast is a celebration of food, family, and finding fun in unexpected places.

About the Author

A lifelong Alaskan, Hannah Lindoff is a strategic advisor for the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. A member of the Tlingit Raven T'ak Dein Taan Clan, she lives with her family in Juneau, Alaska, and in the small village of Hoonah.

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Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Hannah Lindoff
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Publisher

University of Alaska Press

Publication date

19th September 2014

ISBN

9781602232327


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