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Games of Survival reviewed in Midwest Book Review

A review of Games of Survival appears in this week’s Midwest Book Review, who say: “Coached by games champion Johnny Issaluk, the games are very inspiring…and convey a heritage treasury of cultural traditions as well as being fun, challenging, and healthy.” ...

Ava and the Little Folk named a Forest of Reading Honour Book

Ava and the Little Folk has been named a Silver Birch Express Award Honour Book at the 2014 Forest of Reading Awards, presented by the Ontario Library Association of Canada. Congratulations to authors Neil Christopher and Alan Neal and illustrator Jonathan Wright! View the ...

The Deakin Review Highly Recommends The Legend of Lightning and Thunder

The Deakin Review of Children’s Literature gives 4 out of 4 stars to The Legend of Lightning and Thunder, saying: “Young children will enjoy this book, as will anyone who appreciates Inuit legends. This volume extends  Inhabit Media’s track record of consistently high quality publications ...

Inhabit Media profiled on Publishers Weekly

Publishers Weekly has published a great profile of Inhabit Media, covering our history, our future, and some of our notable recent publications. Read the fully story here! ...

The Deakin Review gives 4 of 4 stars to Nala’s Magical Mitsiaq

The Deakin Review of Children’s Literature highly recommends Nala’s Magical Mitsiaq, giving it four out of four stars! Says reviewer Sandy Campbell: “This is another excellent book from Inhabit Media and should be included in public and elementary school library collections.” Read the full review ...

The Orphan and the Polar Bear wins Best Animation at West Chester Film Festival

The Orphan and the Polar Bear, a short film based on our book of the same title, has won Best Animation at the West Chester Film Festival! You can view all the award winners here, and check out the trailer for The Orphan and the ...

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 ...