The Fox Wife by Beatrice Deer, Inuk singer from Quaqtaq, Quebec and illustrated by D.J. Herron, is an interpretation of a traditional story. In The Fox Wife, a very pretty fox falls from the sky and begins to follow humans – a woman, her husband and two sons – through the seasons. Irniq the oldest son leaves his family and is followed by the fox. Thinking he is dreaming when he returns to his camp to find things different to when he left, he decides to lay a plan to find out who is looking after him. The mystery is resolved shortly after this.
Otter's Journey Through Indigenous Language and Law takes the Anishinaabe traditional protocols regarding storytelling to explore how Ojibwe language revitalization can inform the growing field of Indigenous legal revitalization. Utilizing the process of storytelling the book follows the journey of Otter, an Ojibwe dodem on a journey across Anishinaabe, Inuit, Maori, Coast Salish, and Abenaki territories, through a narrative of Indigenous resurgence.
Taaqtumi: An Anthology of Arctic Horror Stories, compiled by Neil Christopher, is about the dark. This book contains nine short chilling stories: Iqsinaqtutalik Piqtuq: The Haunted Blizzard - Aviaq Johnston, The Door - Ann R. Loverock, Wheetago War II Summoners - Richard Van Camp, Revenge - Thomas Anguti Johnston, Lounge - Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley and Rachel Qitsualik-Tinsley, Utiqtuq - Gayle Kabloona, Sila by K.C. Carthew; The Wildest Game - Jay Bulckaert and Strays - Repo Kempt. There is a glossary of Inuktitut words and their pronunciation.
L'ours geant, un conte Inuit / The Giant Bear: An Inuit Folktale, is a French picture book from Inhabit Media written by Jose Angutinngurniq, Inuk author and storyteller. With Manga-like illustrations by Eva Widermann this 34-page picture book tells the exciting story of an Inuk hunter’s efforts to kill the giant polar bear or nanurluk. These bears lived long ago and were often covered by icy fur coats that resisted Inuit hunters’ spears. These were fearsome creatures and this traditional story recounts an Inuk hunter’s adventure.
Ukaliq & Kalla Go Camping / Ukaliq et Kalla Vont Camping, is a level 7 reader about camping on the land in the Arctic. This is the French version. Best friends Ukaliq and Kalla go on a camping adventure and demonstrate the types of activities that occur in the far north. This 16-page reader is part of Inhabit Education's new series Nunavummi Reading. Level 7 readers have 8 to 16 pages of one to two sentences per page. These sentences vary in length and complexity. Punctuation includes periods with some question and exclamation marks.
Ukaliq and Kalla Go Summer Camping is a search-and-find board book based on the characters imagined and written by Neil Christopher and illustrated by Amanda Sandland. Search-and-find books help children develop their observational skills and early literacy skills and language development. In Ukaliq and Kalla Go Summer Camping, children are encouraged to find objects hidden in the pictures in this dual language book. Children are drawn into the book through an invitation by Ukaliq and Kalla to find things for their camping in the summer and later to go camping with them.
Ukaliq and Kalla Travel on the Ice is a search-and-find board book illustrated by Amanda Sandland. Search-and-find book help children develop their observational skills, early literacy skills and language development. In Ukaliq and Kalla Travel on Ice, children are encouraged to find things for this trip with Ukaliq and Kalla.
Ukaliq and Kalla At Home is a search-and-find board book based on the characters by Neil Christopher and illustrated by Amanda Sandland. Search-and-find books help children develop their observational skills and early literacy skills and language development. In Ukaliq and Kalla At Home, children are encouraged to find objects hidden in the pictures in this dual language book. Children are drawn into the book through an invitation by Ukaliq and Kalla to find items such as a snowmobile, char, ulu, plate and many more items. Each set of items is found in a different room in the house.
Parfois, je me sens jalouse / Sometimes I Feel Jealous, is a Level 9 French reader from the Nunavummi Reading Series and part of Inhabit Education's Social Emotional Learning Series. These books feature thoughtful, engaging stories that teach children aged 6-8 to identify and work with their emotions in healthy ways. A jealous Sisi has to explore her emotions when she hears that her parents are adopting another baby.