Best Books About Alaska

1. The Call of the Wild by Jack London (1903): This classic adventure novel follows a domesticated dog on a journey of survival and self-discovery in the harsh Alaskan wilderness.

2. Coming Into the Country by John McPhee (1977): This non-fiction work is an exploration of the landscape, people, culture, and history of Alaska.

3. The Siberian Dilemma by Laurence Gonzales (1996): This novel follows a Russian immigrant to Alaska who finds himself caught in the middle of a dangerous love triangle.

4. The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (2018): This novel follows a family who moves to Alaska in 1974, hoping to find a better life.

5. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer (1996): This non-fiction account of a young man’s journey into the wilderness of Alaska has become a classic of the genre.

6. Alaska by James Michener (1988): This sweeping saga of the history and people of Alaska spans centuries and generations.

7. Alaska: Reflections on Land and Spirit by R. D. Jameson (2001): This book combines stunning photographs with thoughtful reflections on the Alaskan wilderness.

8. The Flying North by Seth Kantner (2004): This novel follows an Alaskan family as they struggle to survive in the harsh environment.

9. Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon by Michael Engelhard (2005): This book explores the unique relationship between humans and the polar bear in the Arctic regions of Alaska.

10. Alaska: A Photographic Journey by Art Wolfe (2006): This book showcases some of the most breathtaking landscapes of the Last Frontier.