Canadian Review of Materials reviewed Little Moar and the Moon, by Roselynn Akulukjuk and illustrated by Jazmine Gubbe.
“[The author] drew on her own experiences to tell about the shortening of daylight hours approaching winter that culminates in 24 hours of darkness in some northern regions. The emotions that this gradual change elicits are depicted wonderfully in the illustrations of Jazmine Gubbe whose colours make Little Moar’s fright palpable and raw, and the gradual shift in the tint of the sky, highlighted by the moon’s sinister glow, truly immerses readers in a suspenseful tale. . . . Highly recommended.”
You can read the full review here.