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Smithsonian’s BookDragon reviews The Blind Boy & the Loon

A great review of The Blind Boy & the Loon appears on the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s BookDragon blog (“Books for the Multi-Culti Reader”). “Part morality tale, part cultural history, part mythic testimony, Arnaquq-Baril’s epic rendering is both preservation and celebration of Native traditions…[T]he visuals ...

Two films based on Inhabit titles to screen at Bay Street Film Festival

The Amautalik and The Orphan and the Polar Bear, two short films based on Inhabit Media titles, will both screen Saturday, September 6, at the Bay Street Film Festival in Thunder Bay! You can find all the details on the festival’s website. In The Orphan and ...

Fall 2014 catalogue

Learn about our fantastic new titles for fall! Download the fall 2014 catalogue here. ...

The Orphan and the Polar Bear wins Best Animation

The Orphan and the Polar Bear, a short film based on our book of the same name, has been awarded Best Animation at the Montreal First Peoples’ Festival! The Amautalik, based on a story from our Stories of the Amautalik, was also honoured as a finalist. ...

Polar Libraries Bulletin reviews Avati: Discovering Arctic Ecology

Scroll to page 12 of the June 29-July 3 issue of Polar Libraries Bulletin for a great review of Avati: Discovering Arctic Ecology! “Inhabit Media has consistently produced high-quality works for children and this volume is no exception. Avati is highly recommended for elementary school and public ...

Nunatsiaq Online on Inuit Kinship and Naming Customs

Nunatsiaq Online covers the fascinating traditional practice of tuq&urausiit, explored in our recent title Inuit Kinship and Naming Customs, along with an interview with co-editor and Inhabit Media owner Louise Flaherty. Read the full story here! ...

Nunatsiaq News highlights three Inhabit titles for summer

Looking for summer reads for the kids? Nunatsiaq News profiles three of our recently published titles for those long and lazy days. In Kamik: An Inuit Puppy Story, Jake learns about all the work involved in training his puppy to become a sled dog. In Silver ...

Games of Survival nominated for William Mills Prize

Johnny Issaluk’s Games of Survival has been nominated for the 2014 William Mills Prize for Non-Fiction Polar Books! The award is presented every two years to the best non-fiction book about the Arctic or Antarctic published throughout the world. View the full list of nominated ...