Winter in Nunavut, Level 9, is a non-fiction book, that teaches children that even though the days are cold and dark in a Nunavut winter, there are a lot of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as snowmobiling, ice fishing, and dogsledding. The 24-page colour photographed reader is ideal for grade 1 and 2 students. this is part of Inhabit Education's Nunavummi Reading Series. Fountas and Pinnell Reading Level: K
Nunavut Then and Now Level 12 is a non-fiction book that teaches children about how places change over time. Archival and modern photographs of different places in the territory support the text. See the changing face of Nunavut from before and after European settlers arrived. Includes black and white archival photography as well as colour photos. Introduces the concept of history and change; include 1- 2 page descriptions of shopping, hunting, transportation, clothing, and the town of Pangnirtung. On opposite page for each topic the author places 2 images.
Tuniit lived in Nunavut for a thousand years, even before Inuit arrived. This book introduces children to scientific theories and Inuit oral history to learn all about Tuniit. Delve into a centuries-old mystery about a lost Arctic civilization. Reading Level: 10; Fountas & Pinnell.
Siku's New Friend is a fun story that teaches children about the importance of friendship and how to deal with feeling left out. Time for another canine adventure! When a new dog moves in next door, Siku and Kamik's friendship is tested. Reading Level: 11, Fountas & Pinnell Level: L
Harry Okpik, Determined Musher is a non-fiction book that introduces the biography genre while teaching children about the life of Harry Okpik and the history of dogsledding. Meet a real-life Inuit hero. After losing a leg, Harry Okpik thought his dream of being a dog musher was over. Reading Level: R