Inuit of the North is one of the Reading for Real titles from Thomson Duval publishers. This title is presented as a report text form about the Inuit past and present told in text and photographs. The beginning is presented as a question from a southern Canada teacher asking an Inuk teacher in Iqaluit about life in Nunavut. Students in southern Canada wrote a list of questions for northern students and made some common mistakes about Inuit still living in igloos. The northern students brainstormed ideas about creating reports in order to satisfy the southern students' curiosity. The remainder of this 32-page book offers detailed text and images describing homes, sealskin tent, building an igluvigaq (sometimes called igloo), and modern Inuit homes. The next parts of the report explained living off the land: transportation in the past and today; Inuit innovations such as inuksuk; food in the north, and Inuit food today. 6 pages are devoted to understanding Inuit arts such as sculpture and printmaking. This section examines themes found in Inuit art. The final section about Inuit innovations explores games and sports in the Arctic including the Arctic Winter Games. Throughout the text the information is presented from the Inuit perspective and celebrates the innovations created by the people of Canada's far north for living in this geography and environment. The book uses colour photographs with clear captions, maps, and a glossary. Helpful pronunciations are provided within the text. The final pages present ideas to consider when gathering information for writing a report. An excellent report text format book with accurate information about the Inuit.