This article (in the picture) states that the end of a compass needle which points toward North is its south pole since the Earth's "magnet" has a North magnet at the North. But in reality, there is a south magnet pole (not sure about that terminology) near Earth's North Pole, attracting all magnets to orient their north poles toward it. I guess the confusion is because it is called Magnetic North Pole. So the article authors must've considered that it was a north pole of a magnet. So is there any procedure for submitting correction suggestions? The books is Everything You Need to Ace Science in One Big Fat Notebook, by Michael Geisen ISBN 978-0-7611-6095-3.