Art of the Far North: Inuit Sculpture, Drawing, and Printmaking introduces elementary level students to the art forms of the Inuit. The book examines the art of twelve Inuit artists who create sculpture, drawings and prints. The author describes the climate, history and culture as background for understanding the art. She selects seven themes: dreams, storytelling, the sun and changing seasons, the hunt, shamans, drum dancing, and modern life. For each theme she explores several pieces of art that reflect the theme and explains the artist's intention through direct quotes.