Antelope, Bison, Cougar: A National Park Wildlife Alphabet Book

by Steven P. Medley

Hardcover, 2001



Local notes

E Med


Yosemite Conservancy (2001), Edition: 1st, No Additional Printing Listed, 64 pages. $15.95.


A colorful alphabet book that spotlights the wildlife found in America's national parks. Featuring wonderful watercolor paintings and pencil drawings of various animals and parks by award-winning illustrator Dan San Souci, it is full of fascinating facts and other information for readers of all ages. Each letter introduces a different wildlife species, making it a great tool for introducing the alphabet to the very young. Older children will find the text a remarkable resource for learning about the birds, mammals, and other creatures that populate the national parks.


Original language


Physical description

64 p.; 11.18 inches


1930238037 / 9781930238039



User reviews

LibraryThing member JDHofmeyer
We purchased this book as a souvenir of a family trip out west, including visits to Yosemite, Saguaro, and Grand Canyon national parks. Each two page spread features a beautiful full-page illustration on the right showing an animal in the setting of one of our National Parks. The left hand page has information about each animal and the park, with smaller detailed sketches. For example G is for Grizzly and Glacier National Park. This park name does match the letter of the alphabet, most of them do not. This is a book to savor and enjoy the variety of wildlife and scenery in our country.… (more)




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