Alaska's 12 Days of Summer

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Sasquatch Books, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The infectious rhythms of the classic song, "The Twelve Days of Christmas," inspired this clever and charming counting book. Here, the famous "partridge in a pear tree" becomes a "black bear in a spruce tree," while the fifth day of summer in Alaska yields everything from swans and wood frogs to bald eagles and moose. Author Pat Chamberlin-Calamar has spent every summer in Alaska since 1985, and through the book's witty repetitions she conjures a vibrant world of Alaskan fauna. Alaska's 12 Days of Summer is a book that children will want to sing along with again and again.
 

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In this take on "The 12 Days of Christmas", children will learn about the animal population of Alaska, and how they enjoy the short summer break that comes to the state. Underneath the song lyrics are helpful facts about the animals being shown. Read full review

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