The Origin of Day and Night is a 36-page children’s picture book published by Inhabit Media designed to appeal to primary level readers interested in learning about Inuit worldview explanation for daylight and night time. Based on traditional oral accounts but designed for young children, the account is set long ago before there was morning and night. In the darkness a hare and a fox each explained their needs for light and darkness when involved in hunting and gathering their food supplies. Each animal had opposite requirements and learned how to share the daylight and darkness. Their powerful words established just the right amount of day and night to fulfill their needs. This story presents an important lesson in compromise and fairness as well as how the world now has both day and night from an Inuit perspective. The black and white illustrations by graphic artist Lenny Lishchenko appear similar to woodcuts and support the text making this a valuable title for every school or library. Highly recommended.