Meet Ama!This book introduces readers to simple vocabulary for parts of their body, such as eyes, ears, and arms.
Learn all about where ravens live, what they do, and how they get food.This simple nature book gives information about ravens, along with beautiful...View full details
There are a lot of animals living in Arctic waters!This book features animals that live in the waters around Nunavut, such as the narwhal and the r...View full details
Learn about food chains in the Arctic!This book explores the concept of the food chain using Arctic plants and animals.
Babies have a lot to say!This interactive book features simple gestures that can help babies communicate their wants, needs, and feelings before th...View full details
What does it mean to be a good friend?Uka is excited for his biking trip with Sissi. When Sissi accidentally forgets their plans, Uka is upset. See...View full details
Let’s go berry picking!Follow a family as they go berry picking on a fall day in Nunavut.
Find out what kinds of birds live in the Arctic!This book features different birds that live in the North. Beautiful photographs guide children to ...View full details
In Nunavut, there are a lot of things to celebrate!This book features celebrations that are important to communities across the North, such as The ...View full details
Let’s go fishing!This wordless picture book follows a child and his father as they go fishing, catch fish, and make pitsi.
What do you need to wear to keep warm in the winter?In this book, a child puts on different winter clothing to get ready to play outside.
What will you find at the library?This wordless sequence book features a girl and her mother on a trip to the library. Children can reflect on thei...View full details
Learn all about the history and traditional uses of the qulliq.In this book, a grandmother teaches her grandchild how to light a qulliq and tells h...View full details
Meet a real-life Inuit hero!This book introduces the biography genre while teaching children about the life of Harry Okpik and the history of dogsl...View full details
Who are your community helpers?This illustrated book features different helpers in Arctic communities.
What do you like to eat?This illustrated book features different foods people eat in the Arctic.
What do you see?This book features different modes of transportation people usein the Arctic and encourages children to describe what they see.
Do you like to play inside or outside?In this book, two children in Nunavut play inside and outside in different weather conditions.
Inuit games have been played as long as anyone can remember!Learn all about Inuit games and why they are important for staying healthy and strong f...View full details
Discover this gigantic Northern tale.This book introduces children to a traditional Inuit legend. Learn how the great giant Inukpak adopted a human...View full details
What are some jobs people have in the North?This book features different jobs people have in Nunavut, such as a hunter and a teacher.
How do you light the qulliq?This wordless sequence book shows a grandmother and granddaughter lighting a qulliq long ago.
Learn about the little animals that live in the Arctic.This book features little animals that live in the North, such as the lemming and the Arctic...View full details
Learn about the plants and animals that live in the Arctic.This book features some of the living things in the North, such as ravens and Arctic wil...View full details
Learn how to make a qamutiik!This wordless picture book features colourful illustrations showing the steps of how to make a qamutiik.
Featured on Anaana's Tent on APTN!What do Mia and her monster friends wear to stay warm?Watch as Mia and the monsters get ready to play outside in ...View full details
Who is in your family?This illustrated book helps children learn Inuit kinship terms.
What makes you happy?This book celebrates everyday life in Ghana, West Africa, and helps readers identify different things that make them happy.
Nanuq is ready for a big meal! But his little brother, Nuka, is hungry, too.Follow these fun polar bear characters as they learn the importance of ...View full details
What do you do on a summer’s day?This book describes different things a child does on a summer’s day in the Arctic.
Let’s count to 10!This book helps children practise counting by showing a different number of objects on each page, from 1 to 10.
Let’s learn about opposites!This book helps children learn about the concept of opposites while celebrating daily life in Ghana, West Africa.
When her friends won’t share their toys, Snow Bunting becomes very angry! How can she deal with her anger?Lemming is calm and patient with Snow Bun...View full details
Siksik is jealous when she hears her parents are going to have another baby. Explore a number of emotions as Siksik’s friends try to cheer her up. ...View full details
Ptarmigan feels sad and lonely. She just moved to a new community and doesn’t have any friends yet.Follow along as Walrus helps Ptarmigan see how s...View full details
Caribou is nervous about his first day of school tomorrow! Luckily his good friend Seagull helps him get ready. Seagull is very happy about startin...View full details
Ptarmigan is so excited to go berry picking with Muskox. But when it starts to snow, her plans are ruined, and she becomes sad!See how Muskox helps...View full details
After a long winter in their den, this polar bear family is ready for spring!This fun illustrated book is about a mother polar bear and her cubs co...View full details