Ahiahia the Orphan, written by Levi Illuitok and illustrated by Nate Wells, was reviewed by Quill and Quire.
“The narrative moves along at a quick pace, helped by Wells’s expressive illustrations. Inuit culture infuses the story, as well as the graphics – from the scenery to the clothing to grandmother’s facial tattoo. Sharing stories that the ancestors told – of traditions, myths, and legends – keeps the culture alive and demonstrates the power of kinship, relationships, and survival. . . . As is the case with many Iegends, the moral and lessons of the story are ones that readers can sit with, think about, and interpret for themselves.”
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