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Sun at Midnight: Amazing Arctic Climate
Don Mills, Ontario: Pearson Education Canada, 2005. 32 p.
(Reaching Readers. Information Texts)
Ages 8 to 10
Published in French under the title L'Arctique, le pays du soleil de minuit (Saint-Laurent, Que.: ERPI, 2006)
What is the Arctic? Why is the Arctic cold? What is the difference between climate and weather? These and other questions are answered in this informative title from this series. Photographs, maps, diagrams, fact finders and legends complement the text. The book also includes an index and a glossary. Experiments and activities reinforce the information and concepts learned. Sun at Midnight is an excellent starting point for children who want to learn about the Arctic climate.