Pakak is in a new foster home. Feeling alone and uncertain, he finds comfort in a secret shared with him by his grandmother, and in the knowledge that he is loved no matter how far away his family may be.
This heartwarming story based on the author’s own life experience teaches young readers the value of hard work, helping, and caring—even when the thing you are caring for does not love you back.
Volume four of this series shares tales of Inuit and Christian beliefs and how these came to coexist—and sometimes clash—in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The sea animals have disappeared, and people are starving. An old couple, once great shamans, are asked to journey to the Mother of the Sea to find out what happened to the animals. But the journey is dangerous...
When word of a starving village nearby reaches Pitu, he must help. It soon becomes clear that Pitu must travel to the bottom of the ocean to meet Nuliajuk, one of the most powerful beings in Inuit mythology.