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Anna’s Blizzard - (ISBN: 978-1561453498)
by Allison Hart
Anna and her faithful horse must lead her class to safety after a blizzard arrives before they can get home from school. Based on a true event, this retelling of the school children’s blizzard of 1888 shows Anna as a strong leader, determined not to let her classmates turn into blocks of ice!
City of Ice - (ISBN: 978-0765358806)
by Laurence Yep
In this science fiction adventure, Scirye and friends pursue their enemies, pushing them into the frozen wastes of the Arctic Circle. When Scirye has to ask for help, she calls on the Spirit, who can be either good or bad. Will the Spirit come to her aid and help prevent the enemies from getting to some lost treasures?
Frozen Fire: A Tale of Courage - (ISBN: 978-0689716126)
by James Houston
Matthew and Kayak set out to find Matthew’s missing father in the Canadian Arctic. Based on a true story, this book shows their difficult snowmobile journey as they braved extremely frigid temperatures. Despite being familiar with the area, they faced many challenges. What did you learn about Eskimo life from reading this?
Ice Drift - (ISBN: 978-0152050818)
by Theodore Taylor
Two Inuit boys face a challenging voyage as they view their ice floe separate from the larger one, and they embark on a months-long journey with only one of their faithful sled dogs. They experience the temperature extremes, along with having to rely on their own resources to build a shelter and find food after they are shipwrecked. If you enjoy exciting tales, this is the one for you!
Winter of the Ice Wizard - (ISBN: 978-0375873959)
by Mary Pope Osborne
In this Magic Tree House book, four friends travel in the Magic Tree house to save their companions who have been kidnapped by the Ice Wizard. A condition of their friends’ release is to locate one of the Ice Wizard’s missing parts. Solving riddles and battling the elements provide additional challenges to their quest. What is your favorite riddle?