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150 Results
The way home for wolf —Bright, Rachel, author.

Wolf cub Wilf is convinced that he has what it takes to lead the pack, but the adults just laugh--and when he falls behind and finds himself alone in the dark of the Arctic night he discovers that it is really important ...

Never rub noses with a Narwhal : an alliterative Arctic ABC book —Wellborn, Ruth, author.

Blubbery belugas, capering caribou, lingering ladybugs, rummaging ravens, and waiting walruses, all make an appearance in this beautifully illustrated children's book about the Arctic. The map, a glossary of key words, a...

Just beyond the very, very far north : a further story for gentle readers and listeners —Bar-el, Dan, author.

Duane the polar bear and the other animals of the very, very far north find their friendships deepening as they are challenged by the arrival of a contentious weasel and an unexpected departure.

Sleep tight, polar bear —Gibson, Sabina, author, illustrator.

As the sun sets, the moon rises, and ribbons of light dance in the skies, seal pups begin to doze, narwhals count fish instead of sheep, and other animals settle in for the night.

What's that noise? —Howarth, Naomi, author, illustrator.

"Magnus the Arctic seal wakes up one early morning, puzzled by a strange, rumbling sound. What's that noise? Hare, Owl, and Polar Bear don't have any idea, but Walrus has a good suggestion: it's Magnus' rumbling tummy! A...

The last bear —Gold, Hannah, author.

There are no polar bears left on Bear Island. At least, that's what April's father tells her when his scientific research takes them to a faraway Arctic outpost. But one night, April catches a glimpse of something distin...

Dreamstones : story —Trottier, Maxine.

"Those are markers to lead you home, the captain told his son. People here call them Inukshuks. They say some are as old as time. David wondered at the lichen-covered stones stacked in human shapes, but there were so man...

Case file : Little Claws —Schrefer, Eliot, 1978- author.

When an animal is in trouble, there's only one place to turn: the Animal Rescue Agency! Dashing Esquire Fox used to organize the world's most elaborate chicken raids until the day she encountered Mr. Pepper. Meeting the ...

What's my superpower? —Johnston, Aviaq, author.

"Nalvana feels like all of her friends have some type of superpower. She has friends with super speed (who always beat her in races), friends with super strength (who can dangle from the monkey bars for hours), and frien...

A northern alphabet —Harrison, Ted, 1926-

Introduces through brief text and illustrations, the letters of the alphabet and various aspects of life in the Arctic.

Nattiq and the land of statues : a story from the Arctic —Landry, Barbara, author.

"A ringed seal, known in Inuktitut as nattiq, has returned to his Arctic home after a long journey south. His friends -- a polar bear, caribou, raven, walrus and narwhal -- gather round to hear about his trip. "What did ...

Never touch a polar bear! —Greening, Rosie.

A tactile silicone touch-and-feel book, filled with fun winter animals.

The ice bear —Morris, Jackie.

A bear-child is found by a hunter and his wife who care for him for seven years but, after the child wanders off, the hunter finds the child with his bear mother and the child must decide if he will go with the hunter or...

The lonely pine —Frisch, Aaron, 1975-

A small pine that is earth's northernmost tree experiences a year's worth of Arctic sights, changes, and hardships, including the aurora borealis, vast animal migrations, and brutal cold.

Horizon —Westerfeld, Scott, author.

When Aero Horizon 16 crashes in the Arctic, eight children emerge from the wreckage to find themselves alone and surrounded, not by ice, but by a mysterious and deadly jungle full of carnivorous plants and predatory bird...

Over in the Arctic : where the cold winds blow —Berkes, Marianne Collins.

A counting book in rhyme presents various Arctic animals and their offspring, from a mother polar bear and her "little cub one" to an old father wolf and his "little pups ten." Includes related facts and activities.

Loony Little : the ice cap is melting —Aston, Dianna Hutts, author.

In this adaptation of the Chicken Little story, Loony Little, worried that the polar ice cap is melting, sets out to tell the Polar Bear Queen, gathering animal friends as she goes -- but, as Sealy Sally warns them, the ...

Polar bears past bedtime —Osborne, Mary Pope.

Their magic tree house takes Jack and Annie to the Arctic, where a polar bear leads them onto very thin ice.

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