Fowler, Allan. Antarctica (Rookie Read-About Geography).Children's Press, 2001. This is a great book for emergent readers about the coldest continent.
Petersen, David. Antarctica (True Book). Children's Press, 1999. Photos and simple text introduce the coldest continent.
Portis, Antoinette. A Penguin Story. Harper Collins, 2009. Edna the penguin only knows the three colors that surround her: white ice, black night, and blue sea. She is convinced there is something more out there. So she sets out on a quest-a quest for color.
Markovics, Joyce. Weddell Seal. Bearport, 2009. Antarctica is the coldest place in the world - very few animals can live in a climate where temperatures can drop as low as -128 degrees Farenheit. Follow biologist Terrie Williams as she studies how the amazing Weddell seal survives these extreme conditions.
Rockwell, Anne. Why are the Ice Caps Melting? The Dangers of Global Warming. (Let's- Read -and -Find- Out -Science). HarperCollins, 2006. Explains what may happen as the ice caps begin to melt.