Living in the Arctic
These stunning titles introduce the reader to cultures around the world, highlighting the similarities and differences between them. Each book focuses on a different culture. Readers will encounter aspects of daily life in each culture, such as food, clothing, schools, leisure, and celebrations. Brilliant color photos bring each culture to life for the armchair traveler.
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Alaska amauti antler Arctic char Arctic Winter Games attached BABY CARRIER Baffin Island Bering Strait bola built called Canada capital of Nunavut caribou carving children learn cold cover the ground Dog teams driftwood Drum dancing Europeans and Americans families lived figurines fish Fishermen frame FUR TRADE goddess great-grandparent harpoon hood hunted whales husky dogs Internet Inuit children Inuit community Inuit houses Inuit hunters Inuit language Inuit live Inuit myths Inuit wear inukshuk Inuktitut Iqaluit jacket kayak land legends live in Nunavut lnuit long cord lumps of clay Mattaaq meat moss narwhal North Pole Nunavut territory nylon paint parkas pull sleds region reindeer rough ground sea animals seals sealskin Sedna settlement shaman skin slab small whale smallpox Snow and ice Snow houses snowmobiles spirit world SPRING FESTIVAL stones string symbols teach traditional Today traditional Arctic TRADITIONAL SKILLS traditional story trained to pull trees tundra tusks walrus warm wooden Young Inuit