The frozen worlds

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McElfatrick, Claire illustrator.
Main Flagstaff Public Library - Juvenile Non-Fiction
J 591.70911 B624f
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Physical Desc
80 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm


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Includes index.
Enter the world of the Arctic and Antarctic, in this gorgeously illustrated book for young animal and conservation enthusiasts. Polar bears and penguins glide and whales and walruses dive across the pages of this colorful book, which takes children on a fascinating sub-zero journey of the amazing Earth’s poles. The Frozen Worlds combines stunning illustrations and photos to help young enthusiasts aged 7-9 learn all about the Arctic and Antarctic. From incredible frozen rivers to Antarctic volcanoes, they’ll discover the incredible secret life of Earth’s polar regions, as well as which plants and animals live near them, and how they can protect them from the issues facing them today. Children will love finding out all about the different people who live and work here, and how they can help take care of the Arctic and Antarctic themselves. This fascinating book for children - Intriguing information about the Arctic and Antarctic, that supports and goes beyond the curriculum! - Factual, fascinating, and fun content - with detailed illustrations and photographs of animals, icebergs, and more. - An engaging mixture of stunning photography and detailed illustrations by Claire McElfatrick. - Exciting and unusual facts convey information about our amazing polar regions. The Frozen Worlds covers a wide range of exciting subjects about the polar regions, from their wildlife to their geography and history, including a multitude of polar life, amazing facts on how icebergs are formed, how animals survive in the freezing cold, and how scientists study the Antarctic. Children with an interest in the Earth’s icy poles will love reading about the ecosystems, habitats and climates in these fascinating regions.
Target Audience
Ages 7-9 years.,DK children.
Target Audience
Grade level-2-4.,DK children.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Bittel, J., & McElfatrick, C. (2023). The frozen worlds (First American edition.). DK.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Bittel, Jason, 1983- and Claire McElfatrick. 2023. The Frozen Worlds. DK.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Bittel, Jason, 1983- and Claire McElfatrick. The Frozen Worlds DK, 2023.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Bittel, Jason, and Claire McElfatrick. The Frozen Worlds First American edition., DK, 2023.

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