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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 ...

Two Inhabit Media titles on a Best of 2014 list

Two Inhabit Media 2014 titles—Sweetest Kulu and A Children’s Guide to Arctic Birds—are included on American Indians in Children’s Literature’s list of the best books of 2014! View the whole list here. Of Sweetest Kulu, AICL says: “This is a terrific book for those ...

Book launch for Sweetest Kulu and A Children’s Guide to Arctic Birds

On Saturday, December 13, join Inhabit Media at Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum in Iqaluit for the joint launch of Sweetest Kulu and A Children’s Guide to Arctic Birds! Contributors from both books will be attending to meet guests and sign copies, and books will be available for sale. ...

Sweetest Kulu named one of Huffington Post’s Best Picture Books of 2014

Sweetest Kulu has been named the Huffington Post’s Best Bedtime Book of 2014! Published in December each year, the Best Picture Books list celebrates internationally published picture books in a variety of categories. Sweetest Kulu has a special place as the only Canadian-published title and ...

Inhabit Media co-founder wins Nunavut’s Council of the Federation Literacy Award

This week, Inhabit Media co-founder Neil Christopher accepted Nunavut’s Council of the Federation Literacy Award! Said Premier Peter Taptuna: “Neil is a dedicated, inspiring Nunavummiut, who has worked tirelessly to further literacy in our territory… [W]e recognized Neil’s long-term contributions to the Nunavut Teacher ...

Skraelings shortlisted for Governor General’s Literary Award

We are thrilled to announce that Skraelings, by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley, has been shortlisted for the 2014 Governor General’s Literary Award in the Children’s Text category! Awarded annually since 1937, the GGs are one of Canada’s most prestigious literary awards. Congratulations to Rachel and ...