Le cycle des saisons (Seasonal Cycles), Level 6 supports early science learning by teaching children about the seasonal changes that take place throughout the year in the Arctic. This 12-page leveled reader is part of the Nunavummi Reading Series from Inhabit Education publishing. The reader answers the question, what do the different seasons look like in the North? Full-colour photographs support readers with decoding each page of text. Level 6, grade one readers are usually 8 to 12 pages with 1 to 2 more complicated sentences per page.
Insects of the Arctic: Bugs That Love the Cold, level 8 - 11 is a non-fiction book that introduces children to insects, spiders, and other Arctic bugs. The North is full of little creatures that skitter, swim, and fly. Meet the tiny creatures in the air, water, and soil all around you. Several pages with text and colour photographs such as the Brush-footed Butterfly; Ground Beetles; Mosquitoes; Wolf Spiders; Non-biting Midges; Warble Flies; Freshwater Snails are included in this 32-page book. The book also includes information style boxes and a brief glossary.
Arctic Plants: An Introduction to Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Arctic, Level 12 is a non-fiction book that teaches children traditional and scientific knowledge about Arctic willow, crowberry, and peat moss. Many plants in the tundra can help and even heal people. The Arctic plants include willow, crowberry, peat moss. Fountas and Pinnell Reading Level: P.
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.
In this traditional Inuit story, The Legend of the Fog paperback edition, a simple walk on the tundra becomes a life or death journey for a young man. When he comes across a giant who wants to take him home and cook him for dinner, the young man's quick thinking saves him from being devoured by the giant and his family, and in the process releases the first fog into the world.
Tout sur les oiseaux (All About Birds), Level 8 is a non-fiction book that teaches children about the appearance, behaviour, and diets of nine different Arctic birds. This 24-page leveled reader is part of Inhabit Education's new series Nunavummi Reading. Level 8 titles range from 20-24 pages in length and have 1 to 3 sentences on each page. As sentences increase in length they are also increasing in complexity. This level 8 title features colour photographs of the nine birds with accompanying additional details in the text.
A Day With Yayeh is a picture book for primary and junior level children which follows an extended family on an outing to pick mushrooms in the family's traditional territory of the Nicola Valley, British Columbia. Grandmother (Yayeh) guides her grandchildren as they identify edible and healing plants and foods. The children also identify harmful plants.
Les Savoirs Perdus Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l (The Lost Teachings) by Michael James Isaac is an engaging dual language (French & Mi’kmaq) story, with effective illustrations by Dozay Arlene Christmas, allows the reader to reconnect to and understand the seven Grandfather teachings and their meaning in relation to themselves and society. The Lost Teachings is a story about the importance of the seven teachings — wisdom, respect, love, honesty, humility, courage and truth — and how interconnected they are in achieving balance, harmony and peace.