Author Kristi Clark’s new book “The Bush Kids” is a true story depicting many of her family’s adventures in the rugged Alaskan wilderness in the 1960s.

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Recent release “The Bush Kids” from Page Publishing author Kristi Clark is an entertaining memoir of the years spent with her parents and six brothers and sisters in a rustic cabin in the heart of Alaskan bush country. Through subzero winters, raging fires, and wild animal attacks, the Clark family persevered, never losing their appreciation for the wonder and majesty of nature.

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Kristi Clark is a single mother, grandmother, and registered nurse who spent part of her childhood in an old shack in the wilds of Alaska with her six siblings. She has published her latest book “The Bush Kids”: a stirring reflection on a remarkable childhood in the shadow of Mt. McKinley.

It was 1967 when the Clark family left their comfortable home in Oregon to start a homestead in the bush of Alaska. Five kids turn into seven as the whole family adjusts to the long harsh winters and living life off the grid near the small town of Talkeetna. But the emerald-green fields, birch forest, and endless waters situated in the shadow of the great Denali capture their hearts forever. The Clark kids survive wild animals, frostbite, and raging fires, learning the way of the woods.
Published by Page Publishing, Kristi Clark’s engrossing book is a nostalgic reflection on her family’s remarkable experiences in the Alaskan wilderness.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Bush Kids” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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