“Abigail and the North Pole Adventure” written by Tali Carmi, takes us on an adventure to the North Pole. Here we meet Siku, discover what type of home he lives in and even help rescue a little bear cub who is stuck on an ice floe.
This is an adorable little story about life in the Arctic. To my understanding, people don’t actually live in the North Pole, so I would have loved to have seen the title refer to an Arctic adventure instead. Regardless, it still tells a magical story of life in the North and of friendship.
My children learned about polar bears and igloos. They now want to do further research into how to build one and attempt to make one in the back yard. The “Abigail” series of books are a great way to introduce your child to new cultures. We use these books as stepping stones to exploring new places. In each book Abigail meets new friends. I love how that she shows that even though we are different we all have the same basic needs like shelter, warmth and friendship.
The illustrations are bright and colourful, matching the other stories perfectly. Each illustration helps capture your child’s imagination and works as a great visual tool to help your child understand what is being read.
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