"An obvious purchase for schools with curricular connections, this will have special appeal to young people interested in wilderness survival, whether armchair travelers or experienced campers, as well as lovers of Newbery winner Julie of the Wolves. (Nonfiction. 10-16)"
An Inuit craftsman who teaches traditional knowledge at Nunavut Arctic College describes the construction of a traditional Inuit ice house—an iglu
—and a long sled called a qamutiik
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