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Peoples of the Arctic

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The new social studies curriculum calls for students in the elementary levels to study people, places, and environments, which will help them to create new geographical perspectives of the world. This is the perfect supplementary material with which to address the relationship between human beings and their varied environments.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published May 8th 2006 by PowerKids Press (first published 1997)
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Apr 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a very nice book. It talks about the life of the people in the Arctic and is well ordered and easy to follow. Each chapter is just one page long and has a picture on the opposite page. The writing is large and the language uncomplicated.

The first chapter explains what the Arctic is and from there further chapters discuss the people, plants and animals, food and clothes, families and communities and many other areas.

It is an enjoyable read giving information on the topic but not overload
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Robert Low is a Scottish journalist and historical novelist, with novels based on the Viking Age. He was war correspondent in Vietnam and also several other locations, including Sarajevo, Romania and Kosovo, until "common-sense, age and the concerns of my wife and daughter prevailed". Now he writes novels full time. He's also a historical reenactor performing with the Scotland-based group, the Vik ...more
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