Canadian, Aboriginal

Igloliorte, John. 1994. An Inuk Boy Becomes a Hunter. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Nimbus. ISBN: 1-55109-051-1
Age: 11 - 16
Language: English
Subject: Youth; Non-Fiction; Autobiography; Labrador; Inuit

This is an autobiography that describes the author’s childhood in Labrador, traditional celebrations and changes in Inuit lifestyles, as well as his personal journey through life.

Canadian

Indian & Northern Affairs, Canada. 2000. An Aboriginal Booklist for Children. Author. ISBN: 0-662-65486-2
Age: 7 - 12
Language: English & French
Subject: Children, Youth; Non-Fiction; Multiple Nations

This is a selection of children’s Aboriginal literature that reflects a wide variety of authors and topics.

Canadian

Indian & Northern Affairs, Canada. 2001. National Aboriginal Day is June 21 - Learning and Activity Guide: Share in the Celebration. Author. ISBN: 0-662-29991-4
Age: 7 - 12
Language: English
Subject: Children; Non-Fiction; Multiple Nations

This booklet includes a variety of activities to help people celebrate National Aboriginal Day.

Canadian, Aboriginal

Inuglak School. 1999. The Lonely Inukshuk. Markham, ON: Scholastic Book Fairs.
ISBN: 0-590516-50-7
Age: Pre-school - 10
Language: English
Subject: Children; Fiction; Nunavut; Arctic; Inuit

The students at Inuglak School in Whale Cove, Nunavut wrote and illustrated this book. An inukshuk on top of a hill feels lonely because he is alone. Then he finds out how important he is to the community.