When she hurts her paw on the fourth day of the race, Akiak can no longer compete in the Iditarod?the famed dogsledding race through 1, miles of Alaskan. Click on the document to read Akiak: A Tale from the Iditarod. Learn more about Alaska, the Inuit, and the famous Iditarod race!. “It is 1, miles of wind, snow and rugged trail from Anchorage to Nome.” Akiak has competed in the famous Alaskan Iditarod before, but.
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What a great story about a dog with heart. As Akiak races with her team, and then runs to catch up with it, the villages are named, making the book a good way to familiarize students with the race route. Prior to reading AkiakI knew almost nothing about the Iditarod. She gets away and runs the race herself until she aoiak up with her team a couple days later.
An older dog in the last year of her prime helps win the Iditarod. After you read Akiak, feel free to come back and let me know your thoughts. Initially, even a blizzard does not deter her.
She leads the disoriented team to tye correct trail and then jumps on the sled according to the Iditarod rules and they end up victorious. Blake was born and raised in New Jersey. Want akak Read Currently Reading Read.
I personally like illustrations that are clear and bright and these appear to be a bit blurry making it harder to decipher the pictures.
Akiak: A Tale from the Iditarod
This is a heartwarming tale about an Alaskan Husky who is the leader of their sleigh team. This story is about the lead dog of a sledding team for the Iditarod ivitarod Akiak. The dog Akiak is a true racer at heart. Donna, Akiak sounds like a really interesting book, I will have to get it at my next library visit.
Does this make me want to name my next dog Akiak? Thanks for telling us about the problem. The trail volunteers attempt, unsuccessfully, to capture her.
This is a hybrid twle that highlights a dogs courage, and different facts about the famous Iditarod race. I was astonished by this book. The question is, can the team still win? Anonymous, I’m confident that you will not be disappointed. She loved the Iditarod and often wrote about it in her journal! Sep 29, Janie Johnson rated it really liked it Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet.
Published October 21st by Puffin Books first published I was hoping that it was based on a true story but a quick google doesn’t support that hope.
Akiak : a tale from the Iditarod
We followed the Iditarod back in March and will do so again in I read this book in elementary school. This is the story of a sled-dog that got dropped but followed it’s master and in the end helped them win. thhe
It instantly became aiiak popular title, and several other classes have thoroughly enjoyed it as a read-aloud. Apr 07, Margaret rated it really liked it.
Excellent Kids’ Books: Akiak: A Tale From the Iditarod by Robert J. Blake
It kept Aeverie’s attention the whole time while reading it. Open Preview See a Problem?
Akiak always finds the safest and fastest way on the course and never gets lost: May 29, Volkert rated it it was amazing Shelves: Alone in the vast snow she follows along familiar trails. Blake’s majestic snowscapes will lead akia through this unforgettable tale of a dog with a hero’s heart, a dog who will not give up.
Akiak: A Tale From the Iditarod
In the morning, Akiak is on the move again. This is a great book for leading into discussion about determination or age or even circular writing, as the author uses both the same first and last sentence. Then, when the class follows the actual race, they can relate their background knowledge to the race.
She is meant to oditarod flown back to Anchorage, but Akiak has idiharod plans and she just wants to get back to her team.
An engaging story about a dog who stops at nothing to help her team win the Iditarod. The Musher –the sled driver– must drop her off at the next checkpoint.
Sep 23, Savanna rated it it was amazing. I found this story boring but after reading it to 2nd, 4th and 5th graders found out that they seemed to love it. Aakiak all 3 questions about Akiak…. She outmaneuvers the handlers who try to place her into a helicopter and races on the trail to find her team which now has a seven hour iditadod on her. Books by Robert J. And, oh yes, a tarantula. This book can be enjoyed by children who love dogs, and boys might like the non-fiction part of the story.
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Final page explains some of the Iditarod rules that are a part of the story. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.