Enjoy these delightful Illustrated Children’s Books written & illustrated by the AHWF founders.    

ALL PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO HELP LOCAL WILDLIFE

 

 

Loggers Story – an orphaned fawn.

(story by Tracy Ann & illustrations by Kathleen St. Clair)  Winter 2006 – lulu.com 

This is the tale of an orphaned white tailed fawn. We learn about his story when he is taken to a nature center. While there he meets many new and strange friends.  

 

 

Logger Returns – the adventures of our white-tailed deer friend.

(story & color illustrations by Mrs. McGee) Spring 2009 & 2013– lulu.com (formerly with publishamerica)  

This is the second book in the series. Logger, our white tailed deer friend is all grown up and is making a new home in the national forest and we hear about new adventures and his brush with danger.    

 

 

Logger makes new friends.

(story & color illustrations by Mrs. McGee) Winter 2011 (Spring 2012) – lulu.com

This third book picks up where #2 left off.  The white tailed deer named Logger experiences many new adventures and challenges. He also meets and learns about the importance all kinds of special friends.  

 

 

Fun Time with Logger – a wilderness activity book.

(illustrations & activities by Mrs. McGee) Summer 2012 – lulu.com

This illustrated activity book has a variety of puzzles and coloring pages for children of all ages.

 

 

 Adventures of a Wildlife Special Agent – a choose your own adventure book. 

(written by Mrs. McGee) Spring 2013 – lulu.com

The plot & outcome of this story rely on you, the reader, to decide what happens next. Meet a USFWS special agent, discover the world of wildlife smuggling, explore the natural world, & maybe solve the case. The story is perfect for preteen readers. This story has underlying moral and ethical messages. Read closely, Logger has an important part!            

 

 

Available Locally at: (each vendor has their own sales rate –all proceeds go to AHWF).

Zany Zebra – 317 N. 1st Avenue Sandpoint

Vanderfords – 201 Cedar Street Sandpoint  

Maps&More – 109 Main Street Sandpoint

Fosters Crossing – 504 Oak Street Sandpoint

Common Knowledge Bookstore – 823 Main Sandpoint

Bonner Books  - 7195 Main Street Bonners Ferry

2 B Abel Woodworking – Noxon, Montana

Copies were donated to the East Bonner County Library Branches at Sandpoint & Clark Fork. 

  

 

Hard Copies are available from A.H.W.F. or at our awareness booths prices around $10.

 

Hard Copies or Online E-Books available from the publisher lulu.com.

 

 

Spark the imagination of your child and foster a love of our native neighbors, buy the entire series. Loggers Story, Logger Returns, Logger makes new friends, Fun Time with Logger – a wilderness activity book & Adventures of a Wildlife Special Agent