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Review of Painted Skies

CanLit for Little Canadians has posted a great review of Painted Skies! “Painted Skies will easily transport [readers] to the cold of an Arctic October….While the northern lights are a visually evocative inspiration no matter what the medium, [illustrator] Amei Zhao finds it within herself to enrich that brilliance ...

Unikkaaqtuat: Inuit Creation Stories opens at the Museum of Inuit Art

On Thursday, July 9, we attended the opening of Unikkaaqtuat: Inuit Creation Stories, a new exhibit at Toronto’s Museum of Inuit Art. The exhibit uses Inhabit Media books, including The Raven and the Loon, How Things Came to Be, and The Spirit of the Sea to ...

How Things Came to Be reviewed in Winnipeg Free Press

Helen Norrie of the Winnipeg Free Press writes: “While First Nations myths and legends have appeared in print for many years, Inuit legends have been scarce — until recently. How Things Came to Be: Inuit Stories of Creation by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley…is a well-written, engaging ...

Painted Skies launches in Wolfville

New picture book Painted Skies launched on Saturday, June 13, at Box of Delights Bookstore in Wolfville, Nova Scotia! Author Carolyn Mallory was on hand to read from the book and sign copies. Check out some pictures of the launch below! ...

Canadian Review of Materials gives 4 stars to Tuniit

Canadian Review of Materials “highly recommends” Tuniit: Mysterious Folk of the Arctic! Reviewer Suzanne Pierson says: “This is a beautiful and important book that you will want for your library. Tuniit: Mysterious Folk of the Arctic fills a gap in your collection that you might not have ...

Germaine Arnaktauyok interviewed in Maclean’s

Germaine Arnaktauyok, Inuit artist and coauthor of My Name Is Arnaktauyok: The Life and Art of Germaine Arnaktauyok, is interviewed in Maclean’s Magazine! In the interview she speaks about her development as an artist, her depictions of legends and traditional Inuit tools, and her experience ...

Inkspokes reviews On the Shoulder of a Giant: “A work of art”

Inkspokes has published a fantastic review of On the Shoulder of a Giant. Says reviewer Nelson Suit: “Though presented as a picture book, On the Shoulder of a Giant is a book that transports you – yes, to a place far north in the Arctic tundra, a ...

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 ...