Book: Little Miss History Travels to the North Pole by Barbara Ann Mojicacategories: Book, Polar Regions, Christmas Book, Science and Nature, Geography and Cultures, Children's History, Santa Claus, Night Before Christmas, Inuit, Arctic Explorers, Odin, Thomas Nast, Arctic Circle, Children's Book
Barbara Ann Mojicaabout this book: Few have set foot on The North Pole. Little Miss HISTORY is one of them. Here at the northernmost place on Earth, no time zone exists. The North Pole sits on a floating ice sheet in the frigid Arctic Ocean. No land lies below it. Sunrise and sunset come once a year: six months of daylight and six months of darkness. Amazingly, wildlife does survive. Migratory birds include the fulmar, snow bunting, kittiwake, and Arctic tern. Creatures live under the ice, but larger mammals like the polar bear are rare. The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line that surrounds the North Pole. It is a frozen, treeless environment. Citizens of eight nations live within it. Can you name them? Wait a minute! Doesn't Santa Claus live at the North Pole? He owns many names, but who is the real Santa Claus? How did his image change over time?
Remember, "If you don't know your history, you don't know what you're talking about."
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