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The Arctic

by David Rootes

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My dad got me this book from the library. They were selling books they didn't for cheap. I'll have to admit, this is a pretty good non-fiction book considering the fact that the library did not want it anymore. This book explains the life in the arctic and their traditions. Afterwards, it talks about our influences that we had on them and how the Inuit's lives had changed. the thing I liked about this book was the fact that it did not have so much facts that I could not understand it, but it still had enough facts so that id did not seem boring. The pictures also helped a lot. It's nice to see someone else's way of life for a change. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822527766, Library Binding)

Discusses life in this harsh habitat, the people, the mineral wealth, and the abuses which threaten its future.

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Discusses life in this harsh habitat, the people, the mineral wealth, and the abuses which threaten its future.

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