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Prince Rupert Library J 392.36 Tate (Text) 33294001926930 Juvenile Non-Fiction Volume hold Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781459807426 (hardcover) :
  • Physical Description: print
    48 pages illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: Victoria, British Columbia : Orca Book Publishers, 2014.

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General Note:
Includes index.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary, etc.:
A roof, a door, some windows, a floor. All houses ... Read More
Target Audience Note:
Grades 3-6.
Ages 8-12.
Additional Physical Form available Note:
Issued also in electronic format.
Action Note:
Committed to retain 20170101 20321231 COPPUL SPAN ... Read More
Awards Note:
2015 Bank Street College of Education Best ... Read More
Subject: Architecture, Domestic -- Juvenile literature
Dwellings -- Juvenile literature
Architecture, Domestic
Curriculum Lab.
Topic Heading: 2015-2016 Red Cedar non-fiction nominee (BC Award)
Summary: A roof, a door, some windows, a floor. All houses have them, but not all houses are alike. Some have wings (airplane homes), some have wheels (Romany vardoes), some float; some are made of straw, some of snow and ice. Some are enormous, some are tiny; some are permanent and some are temporary. But all are home. Take Shelter explores the way people live all over the world and beyond—from the Arctic to the Antarctic, from an underground house in Las Vegas to the International Space Station. Everywhere people live, they adapt to their surroundings and create unique environments, using innovative techniques to provide that most basic of needs: shelter. --
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