Mythical Monsters of Greenland: A Survival Guide

What should you do if you encounter a Qivittoq? Can you outrun the fabled Ikusik? And what is a Tupilak made of?

About 4500 years ago, the first Inuit landed in Greenland via North America, bringing with them stories about the mythical beings that lived alongside them. These creatures and monsters have survived the ravages of time and tide, although they have sometimes had to re-invent themselves to fit the modern world.

This handy pocket guide will help guide you through the do’s and don’ts should you encounter any of these creatures in the Arctic wilderness.

Happy hunting!

Written by Maria Bach Kreutzmann | Illustrated by Maria Bach Kreutzmann and Coco Apunnguaq Lynge

Hardback (English) | ISBN: 978-1-77227-499-8 | $24.95 | 8″ x 6″ | 96 pages | Full-colour illustrations throughout | Ages 9-12 | F&P Level Z |

EPUB (English) | ISBN: 978-1-77227-534-6 | $12.95 | 96 pages | Full-colour illustrations throughout | Ages 9-12 | F&P Level Z |

Praise

“If your mythology bookshelf, like mine, is totally devoid of Inuit mythology content, Mythical Monsters of Greenland: A Survival Guide may be exactly what you never knew you were missing….Buy this book for all your little monsters who love reading for thrills and chills. It’s a definite winner. But remember it is only the tip of the iceberg. Next your young readers will want to know the stories behind each of the Mythical Monsters of GreenlandHighly Recommended”—Canadian Review of Materials

“Mythical Monsters of Greenland gathers Inuit mythology into a unique bestiary that even the most daring of monster hunters would do well to learn.”Foreword Reviews