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Tuktuk by Robin Currie

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Rm fur to line his nest When one furry kamik boot slips off an Inuit driver's sled Tuktuk is in luck But as he drags it home Putak the polar bear Aput the arctic fox and Masak the ca. Lovely art in this wintry artic tale with non fiction back matter at the end of the book Kids enjoyed it

Summary Tuktuk by Robin Currie

Ribou eye this little lemming's prize and want it for their own Can Tuktuk outwit the other animals and convince them that one furry kamik is no good for anyone bigger than a lemming. We received this as a Good Reads First Read Book Winner book It is a really wonderful book both in text and illustration I read it twice on the day I got it I read it in the car when I got it and then as a bedtime story to my adult special needs son whom giggled and smiled all the way through it This book Has animals in it that you can 't help but love but also it teaches without the child knowing they are learning In the back of the book the author has including a glossary of words that maybe unfamiliar to readers And definitions of the various animals that are in the story And a Geography lesson as well So a little of everything is wrapped up in this charming story from the artic You won't go wrong with picking it up AND there are repeating phrases within the text so a beginning reader could learn to read with this book and be proud that they could read it on their own with a little help of course

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As the sun begins to set arctic animals scurry to prepare for six months of darkness and cold Tuktuk the collared lemming is almost ready for the long winter night all he needs is wa. Tuktuk Tundra Tale by Robin Currie is educational in disguise and children will love the accurate illustrations by Phyllis SaroffThis story is set in the Arctic “at the top of the world” and on the first double spread we see an Inuit driver controlling his dog sled over the snow and ice What we also see that he does not is one of his waterproof boots – a kamik – fall off the sled and land right beside a furry little animal named Tuktuk Tuktuk is a collard lemming and he decides the kamik with its warm fur will be just right to help keep him warm as the colder weather of winter sets in As Tuktuk is dragging the kamik the long way to his burrow Putak the polar bear sees it and wants it Tuktuk knows he can’t win against a polar bear so he comes up with a silly idea convincing the bear the kamik is for his nose The bear tries it on his nose but it makes him sneeze so ambles away without the boot Using the rule of threes Robin Currie brings two animals who try to take the kamik from Tuktuk Tuktuk has silly ideas for each of them and they leave without his findThe rich bold illustrations are amazing in Tuktuk Tundra Tale Each page is a feast for the eyes and adds great detail to the description in the story of the northern clime “Polaris appeared in the expanding night sky ” “The Northern Lights shone ”In the back of the book is a section that can be photocopied or printed from the website for educational use called For Creative Minds in which the reader will find very interesting information – Polar Seasons Arctic Skies Arctic Vocabulary Life in the Cold Animal Fun Facts – with illustrations from the book coinciding with the information Beautifully doneTuktuk Tundra Tale by Robin Currie is a book to treasure both for its amusing adventure of a clever collard lemming and for the information revealed in its fabulous illustrations by Phyllis Saroff Readers will discover details with each read through


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