Smart, short, and irresistibly illustrated, This Is a Book for People Who Love National Parks is a park-by-park celebration of the American outdoors.
For devoted park-goers and casual campers alike, this charming guide is nothing short of a celebration of America's natural wonders.
An introduction to the storied history of the Parks Service is paired with engaging profiles of each of the sixty-one National Parks, from Acadia to Zion and everything in between.
Quirky facts and key dates are woven throughout, while refreshingly modern illustrations capture the iconic features of each majestic setting.
Deeply researched but not too serious, This Is a Book for People Who Love National Parks is an essential addition to every park lover's field library.
Matt Garczynski is an editor and freelance humorist based in New York. He has written and edited for the Onion, College Humor, and Abbeville Press, among others.
Brainstorm is a design studio founded by married artists Briana Feola and Jason Snyder. Their bright and brainy prints and projects are inspired by science, nature, and the outdoors. Brainstorm's art and designs have been featured by Urban Outfitters, L.L. Bean, Bed Bath & Beyond, Crate & Kids (formerly Land of Nod), Patagonia, Lollapalooza/C3 Presents, Uncommon Goods, NH Magazine, and The Grommet, among others.
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It’s a really cute book. I got one for me and for my sister. We were hoping it would include some of our favorite parks like Assateague, but it’s still a great little book. I keep it on my coffee table as a reminder to get up off the couch and go explore in nature.
Wonderful book- having pages and pages of parks has given us many trips to plan!
Cool little book! Got this as a gift for someone who loves national parks. I like that it includes the groups of people who are indigenous to each park. Cute illustrations. Has good info and looks nice on the coffee table.
This sticker looks great on the back of our little camper van!
Cute with fun info on the parks!