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Press release for CLA award nominations

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CanLit for Little Canadians reviews The Legend of Lightning and Thunder

The Legend of Lightning and Thunder has been reviewed on the CanLit for Little Canadians blog! Says reviewer Helen K: ”…[T]he clarity and richness of Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt’s story easily and eloquently tells the legend…[P]airing [her] and Jo Rioux again to bring more Inuit stories ...

In Those Days reviewed in St. John’s Telegram

“Kenn Harper always delivers the genuine goods,” says Robin McGrath in the St. John’s Telegram review of In Those Days: Collected Writings on Arctic History. “All the profiles of Inuit in this collection are interesting and the illustrations Harper has collected are first-rate.” Read the full review ...

Two Inhabit titles chosen for Cooperative Children’s Book Center Best-of-Year List

The Cooperative Children’s Book Center has chosen to include The Raven and the Loon and Grandmother Ptarmigan in CCBC Choices 2014, their annual best-of-the-year list of books for children. Both titles were included in the Folklore, Mythology, and Traditional Literature section. You can see the entire list here! ...

Inhabit nominated for Small Press Publisher of the Year

We are very excited to announce that Inhabit Media has been nominated for Small Press Publisher of the Year at the 2014 Libris Awards! Winners will be selected by members of the book industry in early June. Congratulations to our fellow small-press nominees! ...

Short film The Orphan and the Polar Bear nominated at West Chester Film Festival

“The Orphan and the Polar Bear,” a short film based on our book of the same title, has been nominated for Best Animated Film at the West Chester Film Festival! The festival will run from April 25 to 27 in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Winners ...

Grandmother Ptarmigan reviewed

Kirkus Reviews calls our recent release Grandmother Ptarmigan “[a] brief, illuminating glimpse into Inuit storytelling.” Read the full review here! ...

Kirkus Reviews on The Raven and the Loon

A great review of The Raven and the Loon appears in the current issue of Kirkus Reviews: “The exchange [between Raven and Loon] http://reachhighershasta.com/cheap/ is very funny—the Qitsualik-Tinsleys ably distill the essence of Raven’s impulsive and incorrigible verbosity. The rhythms of the story hint at ...