I will write a post after the conference, but, in the meantime, I'll leave you with this list of resources. This is by no means a definitive list - simply what I have found interesting.
The Changing Arctic Environment: The Arctic Messenger
By David P. Stone
Mama, do you love me?
By Barbara M. Joosse
North Pole, South Pole
By Nancy Smiler Levinson ; illustrated by Diane Dawson Hearn
Ookpik : the travels of a snowy owl
By Bruce Hiscock
By Debby Dahl Edwardson ; illustrated by Annie Patterson
Kumak's fish : a tall tale from the far north
By Michael Bania
By Teri Sloat and Betty Huffmon ; illustrated by Teri Sloat
The Call of the Wild
by Jack London
The Golden Compass (sometimes called The Northern Lights)
By Philip Pullman
Big, Beautiful Coffee-Table Books
Through the Eyes of the Vikings: An Aerial Vision of Arctic Lands
By Robert B. Hass
The Center for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, has published several books. They are all very beautiful, and the CCGS Amundsen and some of the scientists onboard during Schools on Board were involved. They are difficult to get hold of.
Boundless: Tracing Land and Dream in a New Northwest Passage
By Kathleen Winter
A beautiful book by a brilliant Canadian writer.
Unraveling the Franklin Mystery: Inuit Testimony
By David C. Woodman
Camille Seaman takes beautiful photos of icebergs. She has also given a TED talk, which shows the flipping of an iceberg.
(Available at the Co-op)