Unikkaaqatigiit: Arctic Weather and Climate Through the Eyes of Nunavut’s Children is an exciting fact-filled scrapbook of colour photographs, colour drawings, poems, and short stories about the climate written by elementary students from 11 Nunavut community schools. Published by Inhabit Media, this bilingual English and Inuktitut syllabics anthology will appeal to elementary students in southern Canada learning about the Inuit students' perspectives of their home communities. These creative works, produced as part of an Arctic Weather Centre contest in the mid-1990s, are gathered here for the first time, and are accompanied by helpful information about each community represented. Through full-colour illustrations and engaging poetry and stories written both in Inuktitut and English, readers learn more about the vital force of Arctic weather as seen through the eyes of children. In 76 pages this work contains short legends, traditional knowledge, and opinion pieces about the communities: Arviat, Whale Cove, Rankin Inlet, Cape Dorset, Iqualiut, Pangnirtung, Nanisivik, Pond Inlet, Arctic Bay, Resolute Bay, and Grise Fiord. This book contains a map of Nunavut slowing the communities, and aerial photographs of each community. Highly Recommended. Ideal collection that can stimulate discussions around climate change and Canada's current environmental situation as seen through the perspectives of Inuit students.