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The orphan and the polar bear —Qaunaq, Sakiasi, 1942-
Book
2011
24 available of 26 items

An orphan who is left on the sea ice by a group of cruel hunters is adopted by a polar bear elder.

Nuliajuk —Rasmussen, Knud, 1879-1933, author.
Book
2017
2 available of 2 items

Arctic giants —Christopher, Neil, 1972-
Book
2011
10 available of 10 items

The country of wolves —Christopher, Neil, 1972-
Graphic Novel
2012
17 available of 20 items

The day Tuk became a hunter : & other Eskimo stories, —Melzack, Ronald.
Book
1967
1 available of 1 items

Ten stories from the folklore and personal experience of the people the Indians named "Eskimos" meaning "Eaters-of-raw-meat."

Tulugaq and the whale —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
1 available of 1 items

"This is a story about the trickster Tulugaq...also called Raven in many Inuit stories...In this story, Tulugaq meets the inua of a whale...The inua is like the life force of the animal."-- Page 32.

Tulugaq and the first people —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
1 available of 1 items

"This is a story about the trickster Tulugaq...also called Raven in many Inuit stories...In this story, Tulugak creates the first people."-- Page 32.

The gnawer of rocks —Flaherty, Louise, author.
Graphic Novel
2017
2 available of 2 items

The folk story of Magittatuarjuk, the gnawer of rock.

Inuit —Cuthbert, Megan, 1984- author.
Book
2014
15 available of 16 items

Inukpak & his son —Christopher, Neil, 1972- author.
Book
2019
4 available of 8 items

Discover this gigantic Northern tale. This book introduces children to an Inuit traditional story. Learn how the great giant Inukpak adopted a human hunter as his son.

The orphan and the polar bear —Qaunaq, Sakiasi, 1942-
Restricted EText (NNELS)
2015

An orphan who is left on the sea ice by a group of cruel hunters is adopted by a polar bear elder.

The legend of the fog —Mikkigak, Qaunak, 1932- author.
Book
2017
22 available of 23 items

"In the spring, the Arctic tundra is bursting with life. Plants and animals have endured a long, bitter winter, waiting for their chance to peek out through the deep snow. But there are also dangers lurking on the tundra...

Mythology of the Inuit —Wolfson, Evelyn.
Book
1 available of 1 items

The long nights of the Arctic winter were a time for storytelling and for passing on the Inuit's unique traditions and myths. Storytellers told two kind of stories: ancient and recent. Ancient stories told of fantastic ...

The hunter and the promise —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
1 available of 1 items

"This story comes from the Inuit of Canada. This story is a version of a tale shared by storytellers from Alaska, United States."-- Page 32.

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