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If You Were a Kid at the Iditarod af Josh…
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If You Were a Kid at the Iditarod (udgave 2018)

af Josh Gregory (Forfatter), Kelly Kennedy (Bidragyder)

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"Each March, the world's top sled dog teams gather in Alaska for the sport's biggest event: the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. In this incredible race, mushers race their dog teams across more than 900 miles (1,448 kilometers) of rough Alaskan terrain. Readers will join Maggie and Alex, two young relatives of an Iditarod musher, as they get an insider's view of the race. They will learn about the Iditarods history, rules, strategies, and much more."--Publisher's description.… (mere)
Medlem:JPolglaze
Titel:If You Were a Kid at the Iditarod
Forfattere:Josh Gregory (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Kelly Kennedy (Bidragyder)
Info:Childrens Pr (2018), 32 pages
Samlinger:Cd 2018-19 #7 bookfair
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I liked this book for 3 reason. First, I liked the point of view that the book was told in. I liked that the book followed Maggie and her cousin, Alex, as they followed the Iditarod in Alaska. Maggie was from Alaska, so she had seen the Iditarod multiple times before as her family was very involved in it, while Alex was from Florida experiencing the cold weather and Iditarod for the first time. It helped to show the different feeling that people may have when they see the Iditarod. I also like that while Maggie and Alex’s story was illustrated, there were also facts from the race and real pictures from past mushers and races. I felt as though it helped to show that it is a real event, even though the characters telling their story are not real. It also helped to show how the dogs and mushers look like and the path that they take during the race. Lastly, I like that there was the extra-textual feature of bolded words and a glossary at the end of the book. Many of these words and concepts may be unfamiliar to students, so it helps students to learn what these words and the way that they are used within the story. Overall, I think that this is a good story that informs people about the Iditarod. ( )
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"Each March, the world's top sled dog teams gather in Alaska for the sport's biggest event: the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. In this incredible race, mushers race their dog teams across more than 900 miles (1,448 kilometers) of rough Alaskan terrain. Readers will join Maggie and Alex, two young relatives of an Iditarod musher, as they get an insider's view of the race. They will learn about the Iditarods history, rules, strategies, and much more."--Publisher's description.

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