Big-enough Anna: The Little Sled Dog who Braved the Arctic

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Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
Anna may be the smallest dog in the litter, but she's surely the most determined. In this incredible true story, Anna joins a dog team for a 2,500-mile expedition across the top of the world. Full color.

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The Author, Pam Flowers became the first woman to traverse the North American Arctic alone. This book tells the story of Anna who is the smallest dog on the team. She is clearly the most determined ... Read full review

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Big-Enough Anna is based on the true story of the author, Pam Flowers, who was the first woman to cross the North American Arctic alone on a dogsled. Anna, was one of her lead sled dogs. Anna is the ... Read full review

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Pam Flowers and her team ran the Iditarod, mushed to the Magnetic North Pole, and made a 2,500-mile trans-arctic expedition. Her account of that journey is chronicled in Alone Across the Arctic (page 79).

Alaskan author Ann Dixon has written several children's books, including Blueberry Shoe (page 36) and Winter Is (page 36.) With Pam, she coauthored Alone Across The Arctic.

BILL FARNSWORTH is the illustrator of more than fifty children's books. His work includes images for the Kaya books in the American Girl Series, and he has received numerous awards and honors, including Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, American Bookseller Pick of the Lists, and selection for the Society of Illustrator's Original Art Show. Farnsworth's warmly-lit oil paintings gracefully illuminate the Maine landscape andSockalexis's days on the baseball diamond. Farnsworth lives with his family in Venice, Florida.

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