7 edition of Arctic Stories found in the catalog.
September 1, 1998
by Annick Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Vladyana Langer Krykorka (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Arctic Stories: Kusugak, Michael Arvaarluk, Krykorka, Vladyana: Books - (3). Acclaimed Inuit storyteller Michael Kusugak weaves a tapestry of tales about ten-year-old Agatha and her accidental heroism in the high Arctic of The first of Agatha''s stories is based on one of Kusugak''s real life experiences, when an eerie, black airship flew over Chesterfield Inlet in A sleepy Agatha.
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Arctic stories is a group of stories about growing up in the arctic north in Most of the Arctic Stories book are based on events the author remembers from childhood - when the priest of the residential school was showing off his skating skills and fell through the ice, and when an airship flew over the town and accidentally terrified everyone/5.
Kusugak (previously paired with Krykora for My Arctic 1,2,3) writes with clarity and dry humor. The cool colors of the setting's northern exposure bleed through the borders of Krykorka's watercolor and colored-pencil illustrations, creating a soft and slightly dreamy effect, which, unfortunately, is to some degree undercut by the clunky typeface and heavy blocks of text facing the art/5(3).
Book Wizard; Arctic Stories. Grades. Genre. Fiction. Agatha enjoys the nature around her before riding in an airplane to her new school. Agatha enjoys the nature around her before riding in an airplane to her new school. The bestselling author of Ilium and Olympos transforms the true story of a legendary Arctic expedition into a thriller worthy of Stephen King or Patrick O’Brian.
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It was like viewing one of those photographs of the Arctic region – very foreign, exotic, clearly a place you’ve never dreamed of going.” ― Vicki Covington, Bird of Paradise 0 likes. Arctic Little Folk: Dwarves, Faeries, Elves, Gnomes & Other Diminutive Beings from Inuit Myths and Legends is a compendium of stories about the unique and tiny creatures of the Arctic by Neil Christopher.
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