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Inhabit Media Authors at The Word on the Street Toronto

Three Inhabit Media authors will be appearing at The Word on the Street Toronto on Sunday, September 24! Please join Aviaq Johnston, Deborah Kigjugalik Webster, and Roselynn Akulukjuk at the festival as they read from their books, answer audience questions, and sign books and ...

She Does the City Interviews Deborah Kigjugalik Webster

Toronto-based blog She Does the City interviewed Deborah Kigjugalik Webster, author of Akilak’s Adventure, about what her life as a writer is like and what she’s working on next. Check out the interview here, and come meet Deborah on Sunday, September 24 at The Word on ...

Nunatsiaq News Interviews Angela Hovak Johnston

Nunatsiaq News interviewed Angela Hovak Johnston about her upcoming book, Reawakening Our Ancestors’ Lines: Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing. The book chronicles Johnston’s project to bring back the traditional Inuit method of tattooing using bone needles and caribou sinew soaked in seal oil, sod, or ...

Quill & Quire Reviews What’s My Superpower?

Quill & Quire reviewed What’s My Superpower? by Aviaq Johnston, illustrated by Tim Mack, in its October 2017 issue. Reviewer Julia Gilbert calls the book “well-written” and “heart-warming” and says that it “provides the kind of big, warm hug you want at bedtime.” You can pick up a copy ...

School Library Journal Reviews What’s My Superpower?

School Library Journal‘s blog “A Fuse #8 Production” reviewed What’s My Superpower? by Aviaq Johnston, illustrated by Tim Mack. Blogger and librarian Elizabeth Bird calls it “a book kids will clamor to read, even as they learn terms like ‘anaana’, ‘inuksuk’, and ‘panik’. That’s its superpower.” You ...

Sci/Why Features Inhabit Media

Kidlit author and advocate Gillian O’Reilly shared some of her favourite Inhabit Media titles on the blog Sci/Why! “One of my personal favourites in Inhabit’s list is A Children’s Guide to Arctic Birds (2014), written by Mia Pelletier and illustrated by Danny Christopher (for ages 4 to ...

CanLit for Little Canadians Reviews Putuguq & Kublu

CanLit for LittleCanadians recently reviewed Putuguq & Kublu by Danny Christopher, illustrated by Astrid Arijanto. “The story teaches in a fun way and will help in developing visual literacy skills with the bright and bold graphics of Astrid Arijanto.  From the map to the explanations about inuksuit ...

CanLit for LittleCanadians Reviews What’s My Superpower?

CanLit for LittleCanadians reviewed What’s My Superpower? by Aviaq Johnston, illustrated by Tim Mack. “Ensuring that Nalvana’s superpower is not one of the athletic or other overt skills that are normally so admired in our current society that revere celebrity and personality, Aviaq Johnston has made ...