Sipuuja can dress herself on her own

Written by Elsie Kasudluak Drawn by Qumaq Mangiuk Iyaituk


Kuuvimmut iqalliatut

Story told by Mattiusi Manukuluk Iyaituk Written and drawn by Manu Qaunnaaluk


Iqalliatut

Story told by Mattiusi Manukuluk Iyaituk Story one: written and drawn by Qumaq Mangiuk Iyaituk Story two: written and drawn by Passa Mangiuk


Ippiajummut

Story told by Qumaq Mangiuq Iyaituk Story one: written and drawn by Qumaq Mangiuk Iyaituk Story two: written and drawn by Manu Qaunnaaluk Story three: written and drawn by Passa Mangiuk Story four: drawn by Paula Ainalik


Learning to count

An illustrated book of animals from Nunavik, this little book teaches children how to count to ten.


Nanuirtuq/Takusaijuuk mikigianik

Stories told by Siasi Mangiuk Story one: written and drawn by Qumaq Mangiuk Iyaituk Story two: written and drawn by Passa Mangiuk


ᐅᓂᒃᑳᖑᐊᓚᐅᕐᑖ / Unikkaangualaurtaa / Let’s tell a Story (in inuktitut)

This manual contains 26 stories. It has been developped for childcare workers in Inuit communities troughout Nunavik and Canada.


Inuit tools

This illustrated book describes traditional Inuit tools to children.


Transportation 01

An illustrated book about transportation means and other vehicles. About the illustrator Nunga Echalook is a talented young illustrator who was born in Inukjuak, Nunavik. She discovered her talent and love of drawing while taking multi-media training at the vocational school in her community. In 2009, Nunga joined Avataq Cultural Institute’s publications team. Since then she …


Transportation 02

An illustrated book about transportation means and other vehicles. About the illustrator Nunga Echalook is a talented young illustrator who was born in Inukjuak, Nunavik. She discovered her talent and love of drawing while taking multi-media training at the vocational school in her community. In 2009, Nunga joined Avataq Cultural Institute’s publications team. Since then she …