59 Illustrated National Parks Book

Nov 12, 2015

Category: Entertainment

Taking a nationwide tour to visit all of the USA’s illustrious national parks isn’t an option for most — it’s not like we can just up and leave our jobs to go to the park. So, a second best option is the 59 Illustrated National Parks coffee table book by Nathan Anderson.

The collection doesn’t take the usual route of finding the best real-life photos and collecting them into one book. Instead, it contains 160 pages of colorful National Park posters, including 12 oil paintings, a map of the USA, facts, travel tips and a 100-year history of the National Park Service. Even if you’re not a lover of Parks and Recreation, the book makes a perfect addition to any outdoor fan’s living room. It’s available now for $49.95. [Purchase]

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