Arctic Hunter by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith

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A ten-year-old Eskimo (Inupiat) boy who lives far north of the Arctic Circle describes his family's annual spring trip to their camp, where they hunt and fish for food to supplement their diet for the rest of the year and enjoy old traditions.

About Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith

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Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith is the art director of Square Moon Productions, a book design and development company. She lives with her husband, son, and daughter in Orinda, California. Lawrence Migdale's images have appeared on the covers of national magazines and dozens of books over the years. His work can be seen in A Child's California, Ryan's Chinese New Year, Arctic Hunter, and Celebrating Kwanza.
Published September 1, 1992 by Holiday House. 30 pages
Genres: History, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Hoyt-Goldsmith (Totem Pole, 1990) focuses on another group of Native Americans, the Inupiat, returning to their traditions for a summer of fishing, seal hunting, and preparing food for the winter.

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(Though some will object to a photo of the proud hunter standing before a freshly killed seal, an author's note explains that seals are protected by legislation and that hunting is done as a means of sustenance and not for commercial gain.) As with their previous works ( Pueblo Storyteller ;

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