The Globe and Mail recommends three Inhabit Media books for its kids’ gift guide.
Akpa’s Journey, written by Mia Pelletier and illustrated by Kagan McLeod:
“For the budding naturalist and scientist. . . . Bird lovers will be thrilled as they follow the incredible 1,000-kilometre journey that the Arctic murre makes yearly from the icy waters of Nunavut.”
The Three Hunters, written by Raymond Gianfrancesco and the Grade 4 class of Leo Ussak School, and illustrated by Thamires Paredes:
“For kids who are interested in Indigenous cultures. . . . Students from a Rankin Inlet school in Nunavut use the framework of The Three Little Pigs to tell a story about three brothers who must learn to work together to survive a terrible storm.”
Putuguq and Kublu and the Attack of the Amautalik!, written by Roselynn Akulukjuk and Danny Christopher, and illustrated by Astrid Arijanto:
“For the graphic novel fan. . . . The latest in a series that neatly mixes Inuit mythology and the lives of contemporary kids focuses on an amautalik, a child-stealing ogress, who’s outsmarted by an orphan.”
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