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Inuit Tools and Techniques: Series 1 By Tony Romito
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(BAFFIN DIALECT) A guide to making essential Inuit equipment, including an igloo and qamutiik sled.
Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends, and Myths (Inuktitut) By Inhabit Media
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Unikkaaqtuat: qimirruniq inuit unikkaanginnik, unikkaaqtuarnik ammalu ukpirijanginnik, sivulliqpaaq uqalimaaraksarni sivulliqpaanguvuq. innait ilinniarningata maligangit maliktaullutik sanajaujut... More > ikajuutaunasuaqtutik innarnik ilisaivaktunut. Taanna ilinniaruti tukisigiarutilik piliriaksaqaqtunilu ikajurasuaqtugu inarnik ilisaijiit ilisaitillugit inuktitut qallunaatitullu. taanna ilinniaqtittijjuti nalunaijaqsimattiaqtunik piliriaksalik, ilisaijinillu ajuriqsuijjutinik, piliriaksaqauqtunilu innaup ilinniaqtiup uqalimaariuqpallianinga, titirariuqpallianingalu, uqallagiuqpallianingalu pivaallittiaqullugit, ilippallialutiglu inuit iliqqusinginnik—unikkaaqtuanginniglu. Innait ilinniarninga ammalu taikkua uqalimaarummaq uqalimaagaq pijjutiliit ikajuutiqaqullugit ilisimaniqsait pijunnaqsisimajut iqqanaijaangugianngarunnaqtunik namituinnaq, ilinniakkannirunnaqtut quvvasinniqsamik.< Less
Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends, and Myths (Inuktitut) By Inhabit Media
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Uqalimaagaq ilinniarut atilik- jui niaqunnguumiuq, pingajugijaq taakkunani uqalimaagaliungusimajuni uqalimaarummaq. Una ilinniatitsiluni aturaksaq uumunga uqalimaagarmut jui niaqunnguumiuq,... More > unikkaalianga napatsi vulgur. iluliqaqtut tukisinaqtunik ilinniarutaugajaqtunillu, ikajurumallugit innarnik ilinniatitsijiit ilinniatitsitillugit inuktitut qallunaatitullu. Tainna maliktaugajaqtuq nalunaiqsimatsiaqtunik ilinniatitsigutiksarnik ilulilik, tukisijjutinik ilinniatitsijimut, ammalu paippaarnik pijaksarnik innait ilinniaqtiit sanngilikkanniqullugit uqalimaarunnarningit, titirarunnarningit, ammalu uqatsiarunnarningit. Innait ilinniarningat ammalu uqalimaagait ukua- uqalimaarummaq, turaagaqaqtut pigiukkanniqullugit puqtuniqsanik ilinniarniliit iqqanaijaaqtaariurunnaqtut pigianngautinik namituinnaq, ammalu ilinniakkannirunnarngata puqtuniqsani (ilinniarvijjuarni).< Less
The Legend of Kaassali By Lars-Pele Berthelsen
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The life and legend of Kaassali, a young Greenlandic man of mixed heritage, who lived in the 18th century. The story provides a fascinating insight to Greenlanders' connection to the land and sea.
Qanuq Pinngurnirmata By Rachel Qitsualik
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(NORTH BAFFIN DIALECT) One of our most gifted northern writers, Rachel A. Qitsualik, has created this beautiful collection of interpretations of the most treasured Inuit creation stories.... More > Young readers will be immediately drawn in by the magic, humour, and wisdom in these inspired tales. This stunning children’s book invites a contemporary audience to learn from and be moved by the spiritual metaphors of ancient Inuit knowledge. Illustrated in full colour.< Less
Qanuq Pinngurnirmata By Rachel Qitsualik
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(NORTH BAFFIN DIALECT) One of our most gifted northern writers, Rachel A. Qitsualik, has created this beautiful collection of interpretations of the most treasured Inuit creation stories.... More > Young readers will be immediately drawn in by the magic, humour, and wisdom in these inspired tales. This stunning children’s book invites a contemporary audience to learn from and be moved by the spiritual metaphors of ancient Inuit knowledge. Illustrated in full colour.< Less
Kappianaqtut (Inuktitut) By Neil Christopher
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(BAFFIN DIALECT) The Kappianaqtut series, whose name refers to “that which is frightening, “ explores supernatural beings in Inuit storytelling traditions across generations, regions, and... More > dialects. The author has compiled information from historical transcriptions, such as those of Knud Rasmussen and Franz Boas, with the knowledge of contemporary Inuit elders and storytellers, including Marianne Taparti, Mark Kalluak, and George Kappianaq, to present readers with a broad perspective on the complex variations and local knowledge of supernatural beings in the circumpolar North. Volume 1 introduces readers to stories of giants and stories of the mother of the sea mammals, who is often referred to as Sedna today, but was once also known by many other names. Illustrated in black and white.< Less
Kappianaqtut (Inuktitut) By Neil Christopher
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(BAFFIN DIALECT) The Kappianaqtut series, whose name refers to “that which is frightening, “ explores supernatural beings in Inuit storytelling traditions across generations, regions, and... More > dialects. The author has compiled information from historical transcriptions, such as those of Knud Rasmussen and Franz Boas, with the knowledge of contemporary Inuit elders and storytellers, including Marianne Taparti, Mark Kalluak, and George Kappianaq, to present readers with a broad perspective on the complex variations and local knowledge of supernatural beings in the circumpolar North. Volume 1 introduces readers to stories of giants and stories of the mother of the sea mammals, who is often referred to as Sedna today, but was once also known by many other names. Illustrated in black and white.< Less
Amautaliup Miksaanut Unikkaat By Neil Christopher
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(BAFFIN DIALECT) In this colourful, illustrated children’s book, the dreaded amautalik haunts two Inuit communities, terrifying five young but resourceful children. With luck, courage and the... More > knowledge of their ancestors, these young adventurers are able to face one of the most frightening beings to roam the Arctic. Listen closely, young ones, for the information in these stories might just save you one day!< Less
Akinirmut Unipkaaqtuat (Stories of Revenge) By Noel McDermott
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(BAFFIN DIALECT) This publication presents three famous stories of revenge from the Eastern Arctic—Kaujjarjuk, Kiviuq, and Takannaaluk. Readers will be fascinated by these contemporary... More > renditions of these compelling traditional tales. A gripping initiation into the world of Inuit myth, adapted by retired Nunavut Arctic College literature professor, Noel McDermott, who first moved to the High Arctic in the 1960s.< Less

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