Polar Lands

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Kingfisher, Sep 15, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
Polar Lands introduces readers to some of the most remarkable places on Earth. Meet the people who live inside the Arctic Circle and the scientists who work in Antarctica. Discover the incredible diversity of animals and plant life at both poles. Marvel at the auroras, the brief flowering of the tundra, awesome icebergs, and the shifts between the extremes of twenty-four-hour daylight and endless night. Most important, learn why it is so necessary to conserve the unique environments of the poles.

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This is an informational book appropriate for intermediate grade levels. The media is a mixture of photography and colored pencil. This book is written in a paragraph and caption form. Instead of it ... Read full review

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Margaret Hynes has written and edited a variety of children's titles on topics as diverse as vocabulary, dinosaurs, history, soccer, science, and animals. She is also the author of Kingfisher Young Knowledge: Polar Lands.