THE ADVENTURES OF APUN THE ARCTIC FOX
The Adventures of Apun the Arctic Fox is the first pop-up book about Alaska. It tells the story of Apun, a fox that ventures out of her burrow in April when snow still blankets the Arctic. This hungry Arctic fox explores her ever-changing environment. What will she encounter? Behind the story is science & scientists working with environmental changes occurring faster than anywhere else in the world-- in the Arctic.
Liz O’Connell is an author, video producer, and project director. She won a silver apple for “The Friendly Gray Whales”, and directed and edited a child narrated program titled “Alaska’s Coolest Birds.”
Illustrator Kristin Link and paper engineer Susan Joy Share are also Alaskan artists. Kristen Link’s focus is science illustration and natural history art. Susan Share’s love of paper, books, and teaching art enhances the three-dimensional look of the book.