The Arctic Sky - Inuit Astronomy, Star Lore, and Legend is co-published by the Nunavut Research Institute and the Royal Ontario Museum. The author, John MacDonald, lives in Igloolik, NWT where he manages the Igloolik Research Centre for the Nunavut Research Institute. From 1986-1997, in collaboration with Inuit Elders, he has collected and documented the area's oral history and traditional knowledge of the Arctic sky. Included in this superb reference guide are traditional stories and legends, songs, and extensive quotes from the Elders about the constellations, stars, star lore, the sun, moon, planets, shooting stars, and atmospheric phenomena such as aurora borealis. MacDonald has combined his extensive interviews with the historical record of travellers and anthropologists. Included in this text are colour images of Inuit art and artifacts, as well as charts and star maps. This guide to the Arctic sky based on the lessons and traditional knowledge of Inuit Elders is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the Inuit, astronomy, traditional knowledge, and cosmology.