"Rivers, Diary of Blind Alaska Racing Sled Dog" retails for $15.95 and contains 160 pages. The ISBN number is 1-888125-88-6 while the Library of Congress Catalog Card Number is 2001097701.
“Rivers, Through the Eyes of a Bind Dog”, (Rivers 2) continues the adventures for Rivers, his buddies and their human companion Mike. Racing across the trails of Alaska, the team finds a lost child in a blizzard and helps a foster child find his forever home, while searching for their destiny on the snowy trails. It is a tale from the trail of friendship, loyalty, and devotion. The magic continues as the story may touch your own life's experiences.
“Rivers, Through the Eyes of a Bind Dog”, has something for everyone, child, adult and of course, dog lover. From Alaska, where else?
“Rivers, Through the Eyes of a Bind Dog”, retails for $13.95 and contains 128 pages. The ISBN number is 1-59433-004-2 while the Library of Congress Catalog Card Number is 2003111941.
About the author:
Mike Dillingham was born in a blinding snowstorm in New York City. Mike's mom went into labor while Mike's dad, a New York City police officer, was on duty. The fire that night in the first floor restaurant of the 6-story building where they lived only added ambiance to the event of Mike's birth, and served as an omen of Mike's adventures to come. So how did a New York City kid, born in blizzard, end up in Alaska? The dogs, the beauty, tranquility and privacy of Alaska were a natural magnet for Mike after retiring from a 23 year career in the Air Force that took him all over this world. Mike’s current job allowed him to travel all over Alaska and wrote portions of this book as well as his other books in Juneau, Ketchikan, Bethel, Naknek, Fairbanks, Palmer, Wasilla, King Salmon, Nome and Anchorage. When asked why he wrote these books, Mike replied, “For Rivers, who continues to inspire me. For the dogs, who are my companions and gave me their unconditional love. And especially for the kids, who hold the future in their hands.”