Frozen Fire: A Tale Of Courage

Frozen Fire A Tale Of Courage The Canadian Arctic a frozen land where bone chilling winds and negative forty degree temperatures can last for days on end Matthew and Kayak are familiar with the territory and they plan carefully b

  • Title: Frozen Fire: A Tale Of Courage
  • Author: JamesHouston
  • ISBN: 9780689716126
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Canadian Arctic a frozen land where bone chilling winds and negative forty degree temperatures can last for days on end Matthew and Kayak are familiar with the territory, and they plan carefully before they set out on their secret snowmobile search a search for Matthew s missing father But when the boys become stranded, every minute is a struggle for survival.BasThe Canadian Arctic a frozen land where bone chilling winds and negative forty degree temperatures can last for days on end Matthew and Kayak are familiar with the territory, and they plan carefully before they set out on their secret snowmobile search a search for Matthew s missing father But when the boys become stranded, every minute is a struggle for survival.Based in part on a true story, Frozen Fire vividly depicts the traditional Eskimo way of life It is a story about wisdom, hope, and the will to survive.

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    1. I read this book in school, and when we finished I jokingly told my teacher to please not do this book again (To which she readily agreed). I did not like it at all.The writing in this book is not horrendous; the main thing that really killed this book for me was the complete and total lack of a climax. The book attempted to build suspense, but it didn't really build to anything at all. It could not seem to follow a basic plot diagram, it just kind of went.If you read this book, do not expect a [...]

    2. This is good book to combine with a Canadian North Geography unit. The reading level is around grade seven. However, if you are looking for something on protagonist versus their environment, The Hatchet is much better. This book includes Inuits and the culture up north though. The characters and plot are a little bland, but the setting is well done.

    3. this book shows the kindness and the anger of our planet, there are many problems abd beauties in each part of that and reading this book is a good idea to find aout the problems and beauties of canada, imean the cold part of canada near to north pole.

    4. When i read Frozen Fire in school i just thought it as another book to read at school. Then i really got into it and finished it Sad :(

    5. Great adventure story! Just finished reading aloud to my 9 yo daughter and 8 yo son. They hated having to wait to find out what happened. Highly recommend.

    6. It wasn't what I expected. I thought it would be action packed throughout the whole book, but in the beginning I was losing interest quickly. As the book progressed I couldn't stay away.

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