Unikaangit: Legendes Inuites, French

$19.00

Créé dans le cadre d’un projet de Fusion Jeunesse au Nunavik et réalisé par Anorak Studio, ce recueil de sept légendes présente des oeuvres dessinées en partie par des élèves de l’école Innalik d’Inukjuak. Histoires porteuses de sens pour les uns, amusantes ou effrayantes pour les autres, ces légendes sont l’ancrage de la culture inuite, transmise d’une génération à l’autre par la tradition orale.

 

Price: $19.00

Niqiliurniq: A Cookbook from Iglootik, paper ed.

$24.95

Niqiliurniq: A Cookbook from Igloolik is compiled by Micah Arreak, Annie Desilets, Lucy Kappianaq, Glenda Kripanik, and Kanadaise Uyarasuk, who live in Igloolik, Nunavut. Niqiliurniq is a collection of recipes bringing together healthy traditional foods like seal, Arctic char, and caribou with store bought produce to create delicious meals that are an alternative to pre-packaged foods. Food safety, storage and information on how to build a healthy, nutritious diet is included in this book and will appeal to all levels of cooks. The tasty recipes are from the land and sea.

Price: $24.95

How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice, hardcover ed.

$18.95

How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice by Serapio Ittusardjuat and illustrated by Matthew Hoddy, is the harrowing first-person account of Serapio Ittusardjuat's four nights spent on the open sea ice. He had few supplies and no water. This story shows courage, strength and patience as he recounts the traditional knowledge and skills that kept him alive after his snowmobile broke down halfway across the sea ice on a trip back from a fishing camp.

Price: $18.95

Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies, A, hardcover ed.

$16.95

A Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies is a 38-page illustrated information book about the difference between a butterfly and a moth, the anatomy of the butterfly, life cycle, and 12 butterflies of the several dozens found on the tundra of the North American Arctic. This book references staying warm in the Arctic and what butterflies do in winter. The 12 butterflies are: the Palaeno Sulphur, Labrador Sulphur, Hegla Sulphur, American Copper, Arctic Blue, Cranberry Blue, Frigga Fritillary, Dingy Fritillary, Ross's Alpine, Banded Alpine, Polixenes Arctic and Compton Tortoiseshell.

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Awakening: Our Ancestor's Lines Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing, hardcover ed.

$29.95

Awakening: Our Ancestor's Lines Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing is gathered and compiled by Angela Hovak Johnston. This work is an eight year project, which began as Angela Hovak Johnston's personal journey to permanently ink herself with the ancient symbols that were worn by her Inuit ancestors.  In tattooing knowledge and skills are passed on continue the tradition. The stories shared in this book are personal journeys of modern Inuit women who inherited the right to be tattooed for strength, beauty, and existence, and to reclaim their history.

Price: $29.95

Palluq and Qiliqti Help Their Anaanatsiaq, paper ed.

$8.95

Palluq and Qiliqti Help Their Annanatsiaq is written by Jeela Palluq-Cloutier and illustrated by Michelle Simpson. In this story, Palluq and his cousin Qiliqti love helping their anaanatsiaq! They are excited to visit her on their way to school. What chores can they do to help their anaanatsiaq? Jeela is the Executive Director of Inuit Uqausinginnik Taiguusiliuqtiit, the Inuit Language Authority of Nunavut.

Price: $8.95

My Bravo, hardcover ed.

$16.95

My Bravo is written by Jordan Kyak and illustrated by Steve James. This is the story of Jordan who loves driving his Bravo! It might be small, but it is tough. Jordan uses his Bravo for hunting, helping his family, and more. Find out what makes Jordan’s Bravo so special. This is a leveled reading book with PM Benchmark 21 or F&P guided reading L. Jordan Kyak was born and raised in Pond Inlet, Nunavut. He attended Nunavut Arctic College.

Price: $16.95

What Can Ataata Fix?, hardcover ed.

$18.95

What Can Ataata Fix? by Nadia Sammurtok and illustrated by Emma Pedersen is the story of Kyle who lives in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. He is excited about the miniature boat race on Williamson Lake! As Kyle gets ready to go to the race, the chain falls off his bike. Kyle hopes his Ataata can fix it when he comes home. He knows his Ataata can fix a lot of things, but will he be able to fix Kyle's bike? This book is bilingual in Inuktitut and English.

Price: $18.95

A Summer Day in the Community, paper ed.

$14.95

A Summer Day in the Community is written by Masiana Kelly and illustrated by Lenny Lishchenko. It’s a beautiful summer day in Kugluktuk, Nunavut. How will Angut spend his day? Join Angut as he bikes through his community, plays with his friend Papak, and spends time with his family. Tiffany Kelly is Inuit and Dene from Kugluktuk, Nunavut, and Fort Simpson, NWT. Masiana is her Inuinnaqtun name. This is a bilingual book written in Inuktitut and English.

Price: $14.95

The Great Fishing Derby, paper ed.

$14.95

The Great Fishing Derby is written by Alex Ittimangnaq and illustrated by Eric Kim and Amanda Sandland. In The Great Fishing Derby, Kanayuq who lives in Kugaaruk, Nunavut is excited for the fishing derby! Kanayuq hopes he can catch a big enough fish to win the grand prize—a new bicycle! Before he can compete in the derby, he must help his family. Will Kanayuq be able to finish all his work and win the competition? This book is bilingual and is written in Inuktitut and English.

Price: $14.95

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