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Canadian Literature reviews Ajjiit: Dark Dreams of the Ancient Arctic

Canadian Literature has published a great review of Ajjiit: Dark Dreams of the Ancient Arctic in their latest issue. Reviewer Shane McCorristine says: “[Ajjiit] is a wonderfully phantasmagoric collection of fantasy tales inspired by traditional Inuit stories of transformation and struggle…This is a collection about what ...

School Library Journal reviews On the Shoulder of a Giant

The blog of School Library Journal has posted a great review of On the Shoulder of a Giant! Says reviewer Elizabeth Bird: “There’s nothing on my library shelves that sounds or feels or looks quite like this book. It could well be the poster child for the ...

Germaine Arnaktauyok launches new autobiography in Yellowknife

Renowned artist Germaine Arnaktauyok will launch her new autobiography, My Name Is Arnaktauyok, on Tuesday, April 28, in Yellowknife. In My Name Is Arnaktauyok: The Life and Art of Germaine Arnaktauyok, the artist reflects on her traditional Inuit upbringing in a camp near Igloolik; her ...

Review of Dreaded Ogress of the Tundra

Kirkus has posted a nice review of The Dreaded Ogress of the Tundra, saying: “[Illustratory Larry] MacDougall contributes pencil sketches and lush oil paintings of tundra, children, and monsters, as well as lovingly depicted and extremely icky giant bugs…As monsters go, the amautalik is a satisfyingly disgusting and ...

Inhabit Media nominated for Frozen Globe Award

We are pleased to announce that Inhabit Media has been nominated for a Frozen Globe Award in the category of Best Entrepreneur, Small to Medium Sized Business (Nunavut)! Presented by Up Here magazine, the Frozen Globe Awards celebrate the best businesses in the three territories. ...

CanLit for Little Canadians reviews The Blind Boy and the Loon

CanLit for Little Canadians has published a great review of The Blind Boy and the Loon! Reviewer Helen Kubiw calls the illustrations “rich with uncompromising elements of unkindness, deep waters, and expansive tundra, all essential in supporting the story within,” adding that Aletha Arnaquq-Baril’s retelling of ...

Spring 2015 Catalogue

Check out our new titles for spring 2015! Download the catalogue here. ...

Sweetest Kulu named one of USBBY’s Outstanding International Books

The United States Board on Books for Young People has named Sweetest Kulu an Outstanding International Book for children from kindergarten to grade 2. Now in its tenth year, the annual list celebrates books published outside the United States for young people. Congratulations to author Celina ...