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Children of the Midnight Sun by Tricia Brown

Children of the Midnight Sun

by Tricia Brown

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Describe the childhood of the children live in the Alaska, and the climate of Alaska, really different from other places.
  xliao | Oct 15, 2014 |
In this book Tricia Brown follows the lives of eight Alaskan children from various areas of Alaska. The children have mixed lives between modern conveniences and their traditional way of life. The book also tells about how the children learn traditional ways from their grandparents.

This book had beautiful pictures and everything about these children is extraordinary. I think that too often we take our elders for granted. These children have to pay attention to their elders to ensure their way of life continues.

This book would be a great way to discuss the differences and similarities between the Alaskan children and themselves. Also, this would be a good book to use in social studies while studying the 50 states.
  sarah-prebble | Apr 17, 2011 |
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"Children" was chosen as one of "Parenting Magazine" 's " 1998 Books of the Year" and "School Library Journal" 's " Best Books of 1998" .

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Photographs and text present the experiences and way of life of Tlingit, Athabascan, Yupik, and other Native American children in the villages, cities, and bush areas of Alaska.

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