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Two young sisters learn all about berry picking, a traditional Yup’ik subsistence activity, as they camp with their family and gather food for the long winter season ahead. In this beautifully illustrated story, the children learn how weather impacts berry growth, the different uses for berries, and how to read the environment for clues to know the right time to pick them. Two traditional Yup’ik stories are also embedded in the main narrative, which is based on the childhood experiences of the authors. This story can be enjoyed on its own or used as part of the Picking Berries module in the Math in a Cultural Context series. (2012-08-02)
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