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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-03-916361-4
    • 7.0 x 10.0 inches
    • Standard Color interior
    • 40 pages
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    • 978-1-03-916362-1
    • 7.0 x 10.0 inches
    • Standard Color interior
    • 40 pages
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    • Arctic nature for kids,
    • Kids books on snow,
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A Snowflake's Dance
by Kathleen McLeod

Discover a fresh perspective on snow with Kathleen McLeod’s A Snowflake’s Dance. This mesmerizing journey captures the life cycle of Snowflake as it navigates through Canada’s Eastern Arctic, evolving through seasons from a crystalline snowflake to a snowfield, then a glacier, an iceberg, and finally returning to its original form. Young readers will meet the Inuit, fascinating Arctic creatures, and the trio of narrators: Landscape, Sea, and Sky. Each character contributes to painting a breathtaking picture of the Arctic’s ecosystem and its interconnectedness with the rest of the world. As visually appealing as it is informative, the book is enriched with vibrant watercolour illustrations. A Snowflake’s Dance is an invaluable resource for educators. The book easily integrates into school curriculums as it facilitates learning about the seasons, the Arctic environment, northern wildlife, snow formation, and glaciers. It provides an engaging platform for children to explore the marvels of natural science and geography. Prepare to be whisked away on an unforgettable adventure that encapsulates the magic and mystery of the Arctic. A Snowflake’s Dance is more than just a book—it’s a gateway to understanding the beauty, complexity, and significance of our natural world.

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Kathleen McLeod is a lifelong learner with a deep-seated curiosity for exploration travel and natural history. Her travels through the Eastern Arctic have enriched her understanding of our world, especially the delicate and interconnected Arctic ecosystem. Her life is a continuous journey of learning, experiencing, and appreciating the world around her, a journey she loves to share with others. Kathleen lives in London, Ontario.


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