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Caribou Crossing: Animals of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
This charming picture book takes young readers on a trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a place like no other: cold, remote, dark, and frigid. But there's another side to the refuge, one that is bright, colorful, and teeming with wildlife. It's an undisturbed land where the plants and animals depend on the environment and each other for survival. Caribou Crossing ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 3rd 2009 by Sasquatch Books
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Carey Hanson
Sep 27, 2011 Carey Hanson rated it really liked it
Shelves: t-and-l-544
copyright 2009 - nonfiction - ages 5 & up

I am going to have to buy a copy of this book that I found at my local library. This book is full of beautiful photograph of wild animals accompanied by a paragraph or two of information. The animals live in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. It is a wild place (cold, dark and remote, too) where nearly 300 animal species live. There are no trails here. One can only visit by air or with this book.
Apr 17, 2012 Ms.Gaye rated it it was amazing
This nonfiction book provides just the right amount of information for young readers, along with outstanding photos. Ages 4+
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