Learning to count

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

Gazetteer of Inuit Place Names in Nunavik

“We were taught by our ancestors the names of the land, lakes, hills and islands, and we have an obligation to pass these on to our young people”. This is how Samwillie Annahatak from Kangirsuk describes the task that was carried out from 1983 to 1987: to compile the names of places known by the Inuit in the 15 regions of Nunavik.

Hooded Sweatshirt Small

Molleton King Fashion – two tones Color : black – Hood lining : charcoal Illustration Whale hunting  by Inuit artist Joe Talirunilik Avataq logo on the sleeve

Ramah Chert: a Lithic Odyssey

Jenneth Curtis and Pierre M. Desrosiers, Editors The odyssey of Ramah chert has captured the attention of archaeologists throughout Northeastern North America. This book takes us on a journey over thousands of kilometres providing a collection of detailed studies on varied aspects of this lithic raw material. Thanks to the contribution of numerous experts it …

Elders Conference, Kangiqsualujjuaq 2019

Nunavik Elders Conference, Kangiqsualujjuaq 2019

Elders Conference 2011

Nunavik Elders Conference, Kangirsuk 2011

Sanaaq (english version)

Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk’s Sanaaq is an intimate story of an Inuit family negotiating the changes brought into their community by the coming of the Qallunaat, the White people. Composed in forty-eight episodes, it recounts the daily life of Sanaaq, a strong and outspoken young widow, her daughter Qumaq, and their small semi-nomadic community in northern Quebec. Here they live …

Precious Moments

Elaisa Audlaluk   Contact us if you want to receive with your order a booklet of English and French translations of this book (this booklet includes translations for the 4 children’s books of this series).