by Claire Rudolf Murphy ; illustrated by Richard Waldrep
At the end of the nineteenth century, Swedish-Americans Klondy and her mother travel from South Dakota to Alaska to live with Klondy's father, a gold-miner who left for the mines when she was just a baby. Based on events in the life of Klondy Nelson.
by Natalie Standiford ; illustrated by Donald Cook
Recounts the life of Balto, the sled dog who braved a snowstorm to deliver medicine to Nome, Alaska, during a 1925 diphtheria epidemic.
written by Ian Whitelaw
"Mushers and their dogs race through wind, ice, and snow. Climb aboard!"--Cover back.
written by Jonathan London ; illustrated by Jon Van Zyle
Almost from the time they are born, Little Wolf enjoys playing with Sister Wolf and their brothers, but the pups are also learning from Gray Wolf and White Wolf about how to survive in the wild one day. Includes facts about wolves.
profiles by Tricia Brown ; photographs by Roy Corral
"Profiles accompanied by photographs of ten Alaska Native kids and how they experience the intersection of their cultures and the modern world"-- Provided by publisher.
Profiles accompanied by photographs of ten Alaska Native kids and how they experience the intersection of their cultures and the modern world
Cindy Lou Aillaud
How cold does it have to be before Alaskan kids stay inside for recess? This is a photo book with text written from a child s perspective on what kids do during recess at 20 below. We see kids getting ready for recess, putting on layers of outdoor clothing, and then somebody has to go to the bathroom! Going sledding, swinging, running around outside with frosted-up eyelashes and face masks.
by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce ; illustrated by Carlo Molinari
"A nonfiction companion to Magic Tree House #54: Balto of the Blue dawn."-- Provided by publisher.