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Ukaliq
By (author): Inhabit Media
ISBN: 9781772273021
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 32
Price: $7.95
Each issue of Ukaliq focuses on a different animal and is filled with activities, games, and puzzles.
Powwow
ISBN: 9781459812345
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 88
Price: $24.95
Part of the nonfiction Orca Origins series for middle readers. Illustrated with photographs, Powwow is a guide to the dance, music and culture of this Indigenous celebration.
One Earth
By (author): Anuradha Rao
ISBN: 9781459818866
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 208
Price: $24.95
This nonfiction book for teens profiles twenty environmental defenders of color from around the world. Their individual stories show that the intersection of environment and ethnicity is an asset to protecting our planet. Illustrated with photos of each of the people profiled.
Kamik Takes the Lead
By (author): Darryl Baker   Illustrated by: Ali Hinch
ISBN: 9781772272666
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 32
Price: $10.95
Jake and Kamik prepare to run their first dog sled race with a full team!
Life Cycles of Caribou
By (author): Monica Ittusardjuat   Illustrated by: Emma Pedersen
ISBN: 9781772272802
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 26
Price: $12.95
This bilingual book shares Inuktitut terms for caribou throughout their life cycles, giving readers an understanding of the rich Inuktitut terminology for these animals.
Kaakuluk
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ISBN: 9781772273014
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 36
Price: $8.95
Each issue of Kaakuluk focuses on a different animal and is filled with facts, a legend, games, and puzzles.
In Those Days
By (author): Kenn Harper
ISBN: 9781772272543
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 250
Price: $19.95
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.
May We Have Enough to Share
By (author): Richard Van Camp
ISBN: 9781459816244
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 24
Price: $10.95
A beautiful board book about gratitude by celebrated Indigenous author Richard Van Camp, complemented by photos from Tea & Bannock, a collective blog by Indigenous women photographers.
Meennunyakaa / Blueberry Patch
By (author): Jennifer Leason   Edited by: Norman Chartrand
ISBN: 9781926886589
Publisher: Theytus Books
Pages: 32
Price: $19.95
In this dual-language book, the story of how Indigenous people harvested berries and how that tradition continues to this day.
Sus Yoo / The Bear's Medicine
By (artist): Clayton Gauthier   Translated by: Danny Alexis, Theresa Austin
ISBN: 9781926886572
Publisher: Theytus Books
Pages: 32
Price: $19.95
In this dual-language book, a mother bear takes her cubs out on the land to teach them how to survive.
Picking Up the Pieces
By (author)s: Carey Newman, Kirstie Hudson
ISBN: 9781459819955
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Pages: 180
Price: $39.95
This nonfiction book, illustrated with photographs, tells the story of the making of the Witness Blanket, a work by Indigenous artist Carey Newman that includes hundreds of items from every residential school in Canada and stories from the Survivors who donated them.
Mamaqtuq!
By (author):    Illustrated by: Eric Kim
ISBN: 9781772272581
Publisher: Inhabit Media
Pages: 36
Price: $17.95
Un livre amusant donne vie à la chanson populaire du groupe musical unique en son genre The Jerry Cans.
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