The Fireside Books Best-sellers


Here are the top 10 selling books for last week.

Rank Title Author Comment

Never Quit: From Alaskan Wilderness Rescues to Afg

Jimmy Settle That Others May Live is a mantra that defines the fearless men of Alaska's 212th Pararescue Unit, the PJs, one of the most elite military forces on the planet.

In Wild Trust: Larry Aumiller's Thirty Years Amon

Jeff Fair For thirty years, Larry Aumiller lived in close company with the world's largest grouping of brown bears, returning by seaplane every spring to the wilderness side of Cook Inlet, two hundred and fifty miles southwest of Anchorage to work as a manager, teacher, guide, and more.

Centered Riding 2

Sally Swift Centered riding is a way of reeducating a rider's mind and body to achieve greater balance in order to better communicate with the horse.

The Tao of Raven

Ernestine Hayes Ernestine Hayes powerfully recounted the story of returning to Juneau and to her Tlingit home after many years of wandering.

Norse Mythology

Neil Gaiman Neil Gaiman has long been inspired by ancient mythology in creating the fantastical realms of his fiction, now he returns to the source.

Fifty Years Below Zero: A Lifetime of Adventure in the Far North

Charles Brower Brower shares his knowledge of whaling, pioneering, and Alaska Native life and customs before statehood, chronicling a period of important and rapid change in Alaska history with insight and humor.

How to Grow More Vegetables: And Fruits Nuts Be

John Jeavons How small-scale, high-yield, all-organic gardening methods could yield bountiful crops over multiple growing cycles using minimal resources in a suburban environment.

Maui Revealed (7th Ed.)

Andrew Doughty The finest guidebook ever written for Maui.

Hammer of Thor (02 Magnus Chase)

Rick Riordan Thor's hammer is missing again. The thunder god has a disturbing habit of misplacing his weapon--the mightiest force in the Nine Worlds

Tales of the Fishing Beach: Growing Up in ''Old'' Alaska

Janette Ross Riehle Tales of 1940's and 1950's Alaska.



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