The Little Dipper is a well known, but seldom seen constellation always in the northern sky.
This chart shows the area stars down to magnitude 6.9 so that you can get a good idea of
how clear your sky is.  Just remember that the numbers in the chart above do not have any
decimal places... they would look like additional stars and have been removed.
For example: Polaris (the North Star) is magnitude 2.0 but shows as 20