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



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’s Return – the continuing adventures of our white-tailed deer friend.

(story & illustrations by Mrs. McGee)

Spring 2009 – lulu.com / Winter 2010 (Spring 2011) – publish America 

This is the second book in the series. Logger 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 & illustrations by Mrs. McGee)   

Winter 2011 (Spring 2012) – lulu.com 

This third book picks up where #2 left off. Logger He experiences many new adventures and learns about many special friends.  


Fun Time with Logger

(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.


Coming Soon: Adventures of a Wildlife Special Agenta choose your own adventure book. 

Spring 2013


Available Locally at: (each vendor has their own sales rate)

Zany Zebra – 317 N. 1st Avenue Sandpoint

Vanderfords201 Cedar Street Sandpoint   

Inquire Within – 516 Oak Street Sandpoint

Common Knowledge Bookstore – 823 Main Sandpoint

Maps&More109 Main Street Sandpoint

Fosters Crossing – 504 Oak Street 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.  


Available Online at: (hard copy or E-Books available)

Lulu.com = (AHWF established price @ $15) Loggers Story & Logger makes new friends

Publish America = (Publisher established price @$24) Logger’s Return

Lulu.com = (AHWF established price @$10) Fun Time with Logger


Available from A.H.W.F. awareness booths