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An All-Ages Kids' Book

Squeak lives in the subnivean zone, under the snow. Life is pretty ordinary for our friend until she walks into a skier’s backpack and is taken on a backcountry ski adventure. Scared but not alone, Squeak meets other animals that try to console her and teach her about this wonderful sport. The skiers are unsure how to best avoid avalanche danger and Squeak needs to help them make an important decision. Will she face her fears and save the day? Teach your child about backcountry skiing, overcoming challenges and the winter mountain environment with this ages two-to-adult children’s book.

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about the illustrator

Mallory Logan

A born-outside-the-lines creative, Mallory Logan lives and plays in the West Elk Mountains of Colorado. She owns a small creative studio, RoShamBo, where she works with a versatile range of humans to tell their stories in powerful ways. Her favorite days are spent outside running, biking, and skiing with her charismatic son and their four-legged best friend, Boo.
about the author

D. Scott Borden

Scott Borden is an Assistant Professor at the Walton School of Business at the University of Arkansas. His work has included directing the Outdoor Industry MBA program at Western Colorado University; writing Squeak! Goes Climbing in Yosemite National Park; being a senior contributor for The Climbing Zine; instructing at kids’ ski schools; serving on the board of directors for a Benefit Corporation Certified investment bank; supervising educators at NatureBridge, the largest non-profit outdoor environmental education organization in our National Parks; and consulting with organizations such as B-Lab and The Access Fund. Most importantly, he is a proud Dad and loves to ski with his silly kids.