The Antarctic is a world of snow and ice. It is a cold and inhospitable place to live but many animals including the impressive Emperor penguin live and breed there. Fur seals and albatrosses are also native to this icy land. However, it is one the smallest creatures of all - the Krill - that is of vital importance to life there. Find out about the natural habitat, the history of the explorers and the people who are today doing their utmost to protect this sensitive environment. Throughout it all you will see the beauty of creation as well as learning what God can teach you about himself through his world and his world.
Bartha Hill is a long term journalist and author, writing for both children and adults. She lives in Dunedin, New Zealand, and participates in the 'Writers in Schools' programme. As a journalist her work has appeared in the Otago Daily Times, DayStar, sPanz, NZ Woman's Weekly, Harvest Field & Reality. Her stories for children are in the School Journal, Choices and the Children's Christian magazine Discovery.