Life in the Far North


Canadians have always been fascinated with Life in the Far North as we wonder about survival in the harsh elements.

The daily lives and expertise of the Inuit people in creating their snow houses, acquiring food and clothing, and travel by kayak is beautifully illustrated in this book. Imagination will come alive as your children look at the pictures and read the information to find out more.

  • ISBN: 9780778704690
  • Author: Bobbie Kalman
  • 32 pages
  • Ages: 8-12
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Despite the harsh climate, the Inupiat and the Inuit have thrived in the remote region of the Far North for thousands of years.

Life in the Far North describes the traditions and lifestyles of these Native peoples.

Vibrant images and easy-to-follow text describe:

  • uses of natural resources
  • roles of men, women, and children
  • hunting and fishing methods
  • shelters such as sod houses and snow houses
  • the arrival of Europeans

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Additional information

Weight .167 kg
Dimensions 25.0 × 21.7 × 0.4 cm
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