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Polar Bear
Contributor(s): Flaherty, William, Christopher, Danny (Illustrator)
ISBN: 1772270792     ISBN-13: 9781772270792
Publisher: Inhabit Media Inc
    OUR PRICE: $12.82  
Product Type: Hardcover
Published: September 2016
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Introducing Animals Illustrated, a non-fiction series from Inhabit Media!

Animals Illustrated mixes fun-filled animal facts suitable for the youngest of readers with intricately detailed illustrations to create a unique and beautiful collection of children's non-fiction books on Arctic animals. Each volume contains first-hand accounts from authors who live in the Arctic, along with interesting facts on the behaviours and biology of each animal.
Kids will learn how polar bears raise their babies, what they eat and how they hunt, where they can be found, and other interesting information, like the fact that polar bears actually have transparent fur and black skin!


Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Polar bear; Juvenile literature.
Polar bear.
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Animals | Bears
Dewey: 599.786
LCCN: bl2016047475
Academic/Grade Level: Kindergarten, Ages 5-6
Series: Animals Illustrated
Book type: Easy Non Fiction
Physical Information: 9.25" H x 6.25" W x 0.25" (0.56 lbs) 21 pages
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.

Contributor Bio(s): William Flaherty is a conservation officer and an avid hunter who regularly volunteers with Iqaluit Search and Rescue. He lives in Iqaluit, Nunavut.Danny Christopher has travelled throughout the Canadian Arctic as an instructor for Nunavut Arctic College. He is the illustrator of The Legend of the Fog, A Children’s Guide to Arctic Birds, and Animals Illustrated: Polar Bear, and author of Putuguq and Kublu. His work on The Legend of the Fog was nominated for the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustration Award. He lives in Toronto with his wife, three children, and a puppy.

Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2016 December)
Gr 2–4—Flaherty's and Christopher's efforts have resulted in a solid but brief introduction to polar bears. Mostly fodder for simple reports, it is just right to build a foundational interest in the subject, covering diet, habitat, biology, and folklore. The illustrations depict scenes from the text and are also occasionally decorative. The mammal's predatory behavior is depicted in cool colors without a drop of blood. There is a gentleness to the work as well as power; a white luminescent skeleton pops against a black background in a spread on anatomy. However, the total lack of back matter is a drawback. VERDICT Although slight, this is just the ticket to spark interest in zoology enthusiasts.—Nancy Call, Santa Cruz Public Libraries, Aptos, CA. Copyright 2016 School Library Journal.