Cooper Was Here Gallery Updates

We’re proud to say we’ve received some great photos of your favorite stuffed animal traveling around the world, Cooper! Take a look at the updated “Cooper Was Here” gallery to see some of his recent travels including the Western United States, England, Amsterdam, Mexico and the entire country of Bhutan.


Special thanks to Carrie B. (Western United States, England) and Deborah C. (Bhutan) for many of the great photos…you have free copies of each future Cooper book, courtesy of Cooper’s Pack Publishing.

Kids Book Review

Kids Book Review covers Cooper’s Pack

The fine folks at Kids Book Review just published an extremely favorable review of Cooper and his travels.  Comments include “…Cooper’s Pack Travel Guides just honestly hit the nail on the head when it comes to adorable and kid-engaging.” and “These are super cool books and I love the multimedia feel.”

Read the article in its entirety here:

Don’t forget to check out our interactive children’s iPad apps on Alaska and Seattle.

Alaska Book

The fourth book in the Cooper's Pack series finds Cooper landing in AlaskaCooper’s Pack Alaska is available starting in March, 2011.

The fourth book in the Cooper’s Pack series finds Cooper landing in Alaska. With the help of his new friend and tour guide, Kodi the Moose, the two explore Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.

Purchase online from our website or from any of our valued distributors and retailers including Barnes & Noble, Borders, and others.

Don’t forget to check out our interactive children’s iPad app on Alaska.  It is filled with all of the Cooper secrets and additional story elements and pictures.  See our detailed Alaska guide information here.

Air Magazine

Alaska Airlines Magazine November 2010

Cooper's Pack Featured on Page 22

If you’re flying on Alaska Airlines during the month of November, take a look for our Seattle book inclusion in their in-flight magazine (page 22).




A nice write-up for sure…thank you Alaska Airlines!


7-Foot Elliott

The owners of Pier 55 Shirt Company in Seattle, Washington are the proud new owners of a giant otter (aka:  Elliott the Otter from Cooper’s Pack–Seattle Travel Guide).  If you’re in Seattle and walking or driving on the Waterfront, you can’t miss him, just north of Ivar’s.  For additional details, see our information page at: