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Amazing Alaska! : a raven's eye view

Author: Deb Vanasse; K E Lewis
Publisher: Seattle : Sasquatch Books, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English
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Introduces and explains all of the things that make Alaska such a remarkable place. Here are big fat and hungry mosquitoes, five different kinds of whales all with flukes and spouts, lush wet rain forests, glaciers that go for miles and leave huge U-shaped valleys, exploding mountains, (aka volcanoes) chilly permafrost, giant vegetables that bask in 20 hours of sunlight per day during the summer and much more.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deb Vanasse; K E Lewis
ISBN: 9781570615429 157061542X
OCLC Number: 436620310
Description: 47 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps ; 28 cm.
Contents: There she blows : whales --
And it pours : rainforest --
All that glitters : gold --
The big chill : glaciers --
No place like home : salmon --
Friend or foe? : bears --
Explosive energy : volcanoes --
Slaphappy : mosquitoes --
Forever frozen : permafrost --
Feel the earth move : earthquakes --
A whole lot of coleslaw : giant vegetables --
Liquid gold : oil --
Ragged rocks and jagged peaks : mountains --
Water, water everywhere : lakes, rivers, and oceans --
Born to run : sled dogs --
Here to there : Bering land bridge --
Up all night : the midnight sun --
Freezing, freezing, froze : extreme cold --
Picture perfect : northern lights --
No two alike : snowflakes --
Last but not least : ravens.
Responsibility: Deb Vanasse ; illustrated by K.E. Lewis.

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Introduces and explains all of the things that make Alaska such a remarkable place. Here are big fat and hungry mosquitoes, five different kinds of whales all with flukes and spouts, lush wet rain forests, glaciers that go for miles and leave huge U-shaped valleys, exploding mountains, (aka volcanoes) chilly permafrost, giant vegetables that bask in 20 hours of sunlight per day during the summer and much more.

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