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817163
About habitats : polar regions [About Habitats]by Sill, Cathryn P. 

Paperback(Peachtree, 2021)

BTSB #: 817163 Available

Dewey: 577.0911/NAges: 3-7   
AR: 3 LG Lexile: 640 NC F&P: M

Subjects: Ecology - Polar regions Animals - Polar regions Polar regions


Summary: Simple, easy-to-understand language and detailed paintings teach children what the polar regions are and shows how various species of animals and plants have adapted to life in the Arctic and Antarctic biomes.


7.37 *

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Where is the North Pole? [Where Is...?]by Stine, Megan 

Paperback(Penguin Workshop, 2022)

BTSB #: 854260 Temp OS

Dewey: 910/NAges: 8-12   
AR: 5.3 MG

Subjects: Peary, Robert E.|q(Robert Edwin),|d1856-1920 - Travel - Arctic Regions Cook, Frederick Albert,|d1865-1940 - Travel - Arctic Regions Indigenous peoples - Arctic Regions Animals - Polar regions Arctic regions - Exploration North Pole - Exploration


Summary: Travel to the topmost point on the globe and learn all about the vast region surrounding the North Pole. Polar bears, walruses, and arctic seals make their home on sea ice that can be nine feet thick while the Inuit and other indigenous peoples continue their traditions and means for survival in this harsh climate.


5.73 *

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Where is the North Pole? [Where Is...?]by Stine, Megan 

BTSB Prebound(Penguin Workshop, 2022)

BTSB #: 854293 Available

Dewey: 910/NAges: 8-12   
AR: 5.3 MG

Subjects: Peary, Robert E.|q(Robert Edwin),|d1856-1920 - Travel - Arctic Regions Cook, Frederick Albert,|d1865-1940 - Travel - Arctic Regions Indigenous peoples - Arctic Regions Animals - Polar regions Arctic regions - Exploration North Pole - Exploration


Summary: Travel to the topmost point on the globe and learn all about the vast region surrounding the North Pole. Polar bears, walruses, and arctic seals make their home on sea ice that can be nine feet thick while the Inuit and other indigenous peoples continue their traditions and means for survival in this harsh climate.


15.51 *

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