February 15, 2011

Inuit Myths

Tales From the Tundra: A Collection of Inuit Stories

A short collection of Inuit myths, compellingly retold by Ibi Kaslik. Learn how the siksik outwitted the owl, how the caribou and walrus came to be, and where most of the caribou come from. Another story explains why the raven is black and why loons walk poorly on land. The final story tells the tale of a little boy turned into a snow bunting. Fans of graphic novels and comic books will like the vibrant, action-filled illustrations.

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