Poles apart : why penguins and polar bears will never be neighbors
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New York : Viking, [2004].
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Westover - Kids Nonfiction  2 available
J 998 SCOTT

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Book
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63 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Language
English
ISBN
0670059250

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Includes bibliographical references, other resources and index (pages 63-64).
Description
Penguins and polar bears frolicking together...whats's wrong with that picture? Actually they are literally poles apart. Polar bears live only near the North Pole and penguins only near the South Pole. The polar regions have fascinated people for years. Come explore with the author those remote and mysterious places of the world where the sun rises and sets only once a year.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Scott, E. (2004). Poles apart: why penguins and polar bears will never be neighbors . Viking.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Scott, Elaine, 1940-. 2004. Poles Apart: Why Penguins and Polar Bears Will Never Be Neighbors. New York: Viking.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Scott, Elaine, 1940-. Poles Apart: Why Penguins and Polar Bears Will Never Be Neighbors New York: Viking, 2004.

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Scott, Elaine. Poles Apart: Why Penguins and Polar Bears Will Never Be Neighbors Viking, 2004.

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