Charles River Editors
ASIN: B00Q5OG1JO
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 54

*Includes pictures*Includes accounts written by explorers*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contentsIt is the dreamland of most children in Europe and the Americas, and the mysterious home of the mythical Santa Claus, his devoted wife Mrs. Claus, the reindeer and the many elves who make Christmas toys each year. In many ways, the North Pole is the first geographical location many kids learn, if only because children over the age of 3 can manage to tell any interested adult that Santa Claus lives there. In reality, of course, the North Pole proved to be as elusive for many brave explorers as jolly old Santa has been for children who wait up at night by the chimney. The biggest problem, of course, is the North Pole’s unforgiving location, far from sunshine or any sort of natural warmth. Another problem, one that would only became obvious in the 20th ...
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