"Before schools were introduced to the Inuit, we were taught by our relatives." In this picture book, Monica Ittusardjuat shares how she learned knowledge and skills in a time before being taken to residential school. She describes how children learned through playing games, imitating grown-ups, and observing adults around them.
What will you find at the library? This wordless sequence book features a girl and her mother on a trip to the library. Children can reflect on their own love of books and reading as they watch the story unfold.
Learn how to make a qamutiik! This wordless picture book features colourful illustrations showing the steps of how to make a qamutiik.
Let's go fishing! This wordless picture book follows a child and his father as they go fishing, catch fish, and make pitsi.
Utak is from Nunavut. Peace is from Ghana, West Africa. They may be from different parts of the world, but many of the things they like to do are the same! This book features common activities children might like to do, along with beautiful photographs of Nunavut and Ghana.