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Mangittatuarjuq: Gnawer of Rocks (Inuktitut)

Written by Louise Flaherty | Illustrated by Jim Nelson A graphic novel based on a traditional story from Clyde River. Download Now      

Out on the Ice (Inuktitut)

Written by Jenna Bailey | Illustrated by Amanda Sandland Tyson and Neevee are so excited to go fishing with their parents. How many fish will they catch? This story infuses a family trip out on the ice

Ukaliq and Kalla Go Fishing (Inuktitut)

Written by Nadia Mike | Illustrated by Amanda Sandland Ukaliq and Kalla are two friends who could not be more different. Ukaliq is loud, excited, and always looking for adventure. Kalla on the other hand, is calm,

Action Words (Inuktitut)

Photography by Patrick Béland | Illustrated by Astrid Arijanto This book introduces toddlers and young readers to basic Inuktitut terminology for various actions that they may encounter day to day. With text in syllabics and full-colour photographs,

People of the Sea (Inuktitut)

Told by Donald Uluadluak | Illustrated by Mike Motz In the past, it was easy to spot an arnajuinnaq, one of the mysterious and beautiful people of the sea from Inuit myth. Today, they have become rare.

Arctic Little Folk (Inuktitut)

Written by Neil Christopher | Illustrated by Larry MacDougall Arctic Little Folk introduces young readers to the fascinating, strange, and amusing world of Arctic dwarves, fairies, elves, and gnomes. These tiniest inhabitants of the Arctic tundra are told

Uumasuusivissuaq

Written by Karla Jessen Williamson and Louise Flaherty | Illustrated by Germaine Arnaktauyok This richly illustrated Inuktitut book makes the story of Uumasuusivissuaq accessible to Inuit everywhere. This important story from Inuit cosmology tells how a powerful

A Walk on the Tundra (Kivalliq Inuktitut)

Written by Rebecca Hainnu and Anna Ziegler | Illustrated by Qin Leng During the short Arctic summers, the tundra–covered most of the year under snow and ice–becomes filled with colourful flowers, mosses, shrubs, and lichens. These hardy

The Orphan and the Polar Bear (Kivalliq Inuktitut)

Written by Sakiasi Qaunaq | Illustrated by Eva Widermann In the world of Inuit traditional stories, animals and humans are not such different creatures and animals often have much to teach humans about the world. In The Orphan

Iqalugasuqatigillugu Anaanatsiaq (Fishing with Anaanatsiaq)

Written by Maren Vsetula and Susan Avinngaq | Illustrated by Charlene Chua In Fishing with Anaanatsiaq, two young children take their first fishing trip out on the ice with their grandmother. From the equipment they’ll need to say