The true story of the three months the author spent in the South Pole as part of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists & Writers Program. Illustrated with watercolor paintings and pencil drawings.The true story of the three months the author spent in the South Pole as part of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists & Writers Program. Illustrated with watercolor paintings and pencil drawings.Read Less
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Near Very Good in Very Good Price Intact jacket. Book. 11 X 11. Ages 7-10. Thirty-five paginated pages. Binding firm and straight. Board, spine, edges and corners good+. No conspicuous wear. All pages are bright, tight and clean. Illustrated with colorful drawings. If needed for enjoyment or familial recitation, this is the one. Jacket in a crystal-clear polyester protector sleeve.
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