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About the author


As a scientist working in Alaska in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Alyssa was inspired to write this story after visiting a farm devoted to responsibly reestablishing the musk ox population. These once-endangered creatures are called "Oomingmak" by Alaska Natives, which means "The Bearded One", and their wool is some of the finest in the world. Proceeds from this book will be donated to continued musk ox conservation efforts.
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Millie the Masked Musk Ox
by Alyssa Hughes

Overview


Millie is a curious baby musk ox with an eye for adventure. When she finds herself in over her head with an exciting new toy, she's got to turn to her friends for help before she can get back to her typical fun!
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Description


Millie's adventures are inspired by the woolly musk oxen of Palmer, Alaska and the nearly 70 years of conservation efforts to save them. This feel-good story tells a tale of Millie and her friends up to their usual mischief.
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Overview


Millie is a curious baby musk ox with an eye for adventure. When she finds herself in over her head with an exciting new toy, she's got to turn to her friends for help before she can get back to her typical fun!

Read more

Description


Millie's adventures are inspired by the woolly musk oxen of Palmer, Alaska and the nearly 70 years of conservation efforts to save them. This feel-good story tells a tale of Millie and her friends up to their usual mischief.

Read more

Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Animals / Deer, Moose & Caribou

Language:English

Pages:34

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667800110


Overview


Millie is a curious baby musk ox with an eye for adventure. When she finds herself in over her head with an exciting new toy, she's got to turn to her friends for help before she can get back to her typical fun!

Read more

Description


Millie's adventures are inspired by the woolly musk oxen of Palmer, Alaska and the nearly 70 years of conservation efforts to save them. This feel-good story tells a tale of Millie and her friends up to their usual mischief.

Read more

About the author


As a scientist working in Alaska in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Alyssa was inspired to write this story after visiting a farm devoted to responsibly reestablishing the musk ox population. These once-endangered creatures are called "Oomingmak" by Alaska Natives, which means "The Bearded One", and their wool is some of the finest in the world. Proceeds from this book will be donated to continued musk ox conservation efforts.

Read more

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