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Greystone Books is delighted to announce that Jerry Kobalenko’s Arctic Eden: Journeys through the Changing High Arctic, published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation, has been selected as the winner of the 2012 William Mills Prize for Nonfiction Polar Books.
The William Mills Prize for Non-Fiction Polar Books is offered by the Polar Libraries Colloquy, an international organization of librarians and others interested in the collection, preservation and dissemination of polar information. The book prize honours the best Arctic or Antarctic nonfiction books published throughout the world. The prize is awarded every two years and the prize consists of an award of $300 US for the author and publisher.
The award will be officially presented during The 24th Polar Libraries Colloquy which will be held June 11 to 14, 2012 in Boulder, Colorado.Read more about Arctic Eden >>