Price: (as of – Details) JIM AND JAMIE DUTCHER spent six years living alongside a pack of wolves in order to reveal the majestic, social, and intelligent nature of these long-misunderstood animals. They are Emmy award winning documentarians and the authors of National Geographic Kids A Friend for Lakota, named an Amazon Best Nonfiction Book for 2015.
Price: (as of – Details) A Sample from National Geographic 125 Years JAPAN | 1912 In a hand-tinted picture, a Japanese girl has a “wail” of a good time playing her traditional three-stringed samisen. (Eliza R. Scidmore, p. 77) Click here for a larger image AFGHANISTAN | 1984 Editor Bill Garrett had a fabulous eye: It was he who plucked this Kodachrome frame from a pile of rejects and made it the most famous cover image in the magazine’s history. (Steve McCurry, p. 244) Click here for a larger image CANADA | 1909 Portrait of the explorer as a cold