Born to Pull: The Glory of Sled Dogs by Bob CaryBorn to Pull: The Glory of Sled Dogs by Bob Cary

Born to Pull: The Glory of Sled Dogs

byBob CaryIllustratorGail De Marcken

Paperback | October 26, 2009

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For centuries, sled dogs pulled the people of northern climates over otherwise impassable distances of snow and ice, guiding them home through trackless wilderness. These burly, strong dogs were the lifeblood of the northern winter world. Today, from races like the famed Iditarod and the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon to sled dog tours, people from all climates are rediscovering the joy of this dog-powered sport. Born to Pull is a celebration of sled dogs who love to run in cold and snowy Minnesota, including lively stories from veteran mushers, insider information on dog care and training, and breathtaking watercolor illustrations that make the dogs come to life on the page.
Bob Cary (1921–2006) was an author, journalist, and wilderness adventurer. His many books include Root Beer Lady, Tales from Jackpine Bob, and Ely Echoes, all available from the University of Minnesota Press.Gail de Marcken is an illustrator of children’s books. Her books include The Quiltmaker’s Gift, The Quiltmaker's Journey, and Mis...
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Title:Born to Pull: The Glory of Sled DogsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 10 × 9 × 0.4 inPublished:October 26, 2009Publisher:University of Minnesota PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:081666773X

ISBN - 13:9780816667734

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"There’s almost no way to describe the beauty with which this book about sled dogs was conceived, written, and illustrated. . . . Born to Pull has a dreamy quality to it, so effectively does it capture a world removed from everyday life and portray the mystical connection between humans and animals." —American Booksellers Association