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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.

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

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

The country of wolves —Christopher, Neil, 1972-
Graphic Novel
2012
20 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.

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

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

The folk story of Magittatuarjuk, the gnawer of rock.

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

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.

Inukpak & his son —Christopher, Neil, 1972- author.
Book
2019
3 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 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.

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 ...

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