The Orphan and the Polar Bear is a 32-page picture book from Inhabit Media written by Inuk storyteller Sakiasi Qaunaq and illustrated by Eva Widermann. In the world of Inuit traditional stories, animals and humans are not such different creatures. Animals can speak to, understand, and form relationships with humans.
Kamik et Son Premier Traineau is the French language edition of Inhabit Media's Kamik's First Sled. Kamik's First Sled is the follow-up title from Inhabit Media's Kamik: An Inuit Puppy. Jake's puppy Kamik is growing quickly, but the dog isn't becoming any easier to handle. All Jake wants is to raise his puppy to be a strong, fast sled dog, but Kamik is far from ready to pull a sled with a dog team. With some advice and a little help from his grandmother, Jake learns basic principles of how to begin training a dog to pull.
You Hold Me Up/ Ki Kîhcêyimin Mâna by award-winning author Monique Gray Smith is a 32-page dual language picture book about friendship and kindness ideal for preschool and primary level students as educators introduce topics such as reconciliation. In everyday interactions young children can show kindness and caring in their relationships.
Kaqtukowa’tekete’w The Thundermaker is retold and illustrated in this 2018 paper edition by Mi’kmaw artist. This 32-page Mi'kmaq / English dual language picture book from Nimbus Publishing’s publication for children explains the importance of thunder. In this account begins in a time long before the world was completed. Set in a small village, the story begins with a family sitting beside their cooking fire while the mother tells a traditional story. Father is Big Thunder, mother is Giju, a renowned storyteller, and their son, Little Thunder. Each has an important role.
Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition: A Resource for Educators, The Importance of Indigenous Perspectives in Children's Environmental Inquiry was revised and reissued following the release of the recommendations by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Indigenous lens in this edition represents a cross-cultural encounter supporting what can become an ongoing dialogue and evolution of practice in environmental inquiry. Some important questions are raised that challenge educators to think in very different ways about things as fundamental as the meaning of knowledge.
Siku & Kamik Are Hungry is a Level 8 title in Inhabit Education's Nunavummi Reading Series. This is a unique levelled reading program developed for Nunavut learners. As a level 8 reader this 24-page illustrated book contains 2 sentences per page with varied sentences and the use of dialogue identified by the use of punctuation and the use of said. This late grade one title is a humourous look at two dogs and how they show their owners they are hungry and want treats as rewards. Siku is quick to respond to Rebecca's commands in order to receive a treat.
What Arctic Animals Eat is an 8-page levelled reader in Inhabit Education's Nunavummi Series. This leveled reader informs young readers in early to middle grade one what Arctic animals eat. On each page of the text is a colour photograph of an animal such as a polar bear and on the lower portion of the page is a sentence stating the polar bear eats seals. Other examples include the caribou eating lichens; the Snowny owl eats lemmings; the narwhal eats fish; the walrus eats clams, the ptarmigan eats plants; and the bowhead whale eats crustaceans.