Anna was a young Inuit girl who lived in a small village in the Arctic.
One winter day, Anna's father took her out into the snowy tundra to teach her how to build an igloo.
Her father showed Anna how to pack blocks of snow and carefully stack them on top of each other.
They worked together all day, the temperature dropping as the sun set behind the snowy mountains.
As the igloo grew taller, Anna's father taught her how to hollow out the inside to make a cozy space.
After hours of hard work, they finally finished the igloo. Anna felt a sense of accomplishment!
That night, Anna slept inside the igloo for the first time. It was quiet, warm, and peaceful.
She woke up the next morning to find the igloo covered in a blanket of fresh snow.
Anna and her father went outside to play in the snow, but they knew they could always come back to their cozy igloo.
From that day forward, Anna became known as the best igloo builder in her village.