Wolf, Gull, and Raven: Bilingual Inuktitut and English Edition (Hardcover)

Wolf, Gull, and Raven: Bilingual Inuktitut and English Edition By Barbara Olson (Adapted by), Amiel Sandland (Illustrator) Cover Image

Wolf, Gull, and Raven: Bilingual Inuktitut and English Edition (Hardcover)

By Barbara Olson (Adapted by), Amiel Sandland (Illustrator)

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"Long ago, there was a wolf, a gull, and a raven."
Wolf, Gull, and Raven are neighbours. Wolf loves to hunt caribou. Gull loves to catch Arctic char. They both like to share with their neighbours. Raven likes to eat lots of different things, but she doesn't know what to share with her neighbours. Can Raven find the perfect meal that everyone will enjoy?

This stunningly illustrated bilingual picture book serves as an early-level introduction to the rich, mysterious world of Inuit mythology. Intended to teach Inuktitut as a second language, this book can be enjoyed by Inuktitut language learners and curious young readers alike.

Discover other traditional stories in our collection The Story of the Lemming and the Owl, The Story of the Loon and the Raven, and The Story of the Fox and the Wolf, and more are available.

Barbara Taptuna Olson is from Kugluktuk-Nunavut's most westerly community. Her passion for teaching and learning has been central to her career as an educator with the most recent being a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education from Royal Roads University. When Barbara is not teaching or writing, she is sewing traditional and contemporary kalikuit, carving traditional needle cases, berry picking, or fishing. Amiel Sandland is an illustrator living in the Toronto area. He studied illustration at Seneca College, eventually specializing in comic arts and character design. He has also dabbled in layout, comics, and props making. Rarely found without a pen in hand, he enjoys drawing animals, monsters, and plants.
Product Details ISBN: 9781774507919
ISBN-10: 1774507919
Publisher: Arvaaq Press
Publication Date: September 17th, 2024
Pages: 28
Language: Inuktitut