I Comme Inuksuk is the French language edition of I is for Inuksuk: An Arctic Celebration. This children's picture book is written and illustrated by Mary Wallace. The French translation is provided by Martine Faubert. She creates an acrostic poem for each letter in the title, Inuksuk. The author explains the purpose for these architectural wonders of the Canadian Arctic built by Inuit people over the years. The various types of the human-constructed Inuksuit are explained in terms that younger children will understand. Additional information is provided by simple text and colour illustrations about the people, the environment, and the animals of the North. An author note at the beginning of the book draws the adult's attention to the traditional and modern Inuit but insists on explaining how the Inuit are no longer a nomadic people. The illustrations revert to the traditional lifestyle of the Inuit and the author has missed a wonderful opportunity to present the people of the North in a contemporary environment. Despite these minor flaws the book will appeal to teachers who are introducing young children to the ingenuity of the Inuit. Added information includes the use of Inuktitut syllabics and a pronunciation guide.