2017 Reading Challenge

2017 Reading Challenge

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Monday, November 1, 2010

REVIEW for Proud to be Inuvialuit


















Thank you! thank you! to Fifth House at Fitzhenry for sending me this book!

TITLE:                  Proud to be Inuvialuit

AUTHORS:          James Pokiak, Mindy Willett and Tessa Macintosh

GENRE:               Children

RATING:              4 Stars

Fitzhenry always produces some of the most beautiful and instructional children books I have ever seen (and read) and this newest entry is another shining example.

Proud to be Inuvialuit is simply fun, fun and (of course) entertaning AND highly instructive.  I have said this before, but as a Canadian, I don't really know much about my country's history and I simply enjoy reading these books - aimed at children - very much. 

They are always incredibly entertaining, full of fun facts and the photographs (and pictures) are detailed, sharp and eye catching.  In fact, reading these books is always a joy.

This book is relatively small - with both pictures and print and takes a more in depth look at the Inivialuit culture - something I knew absolutely nothing about.

If you are hoping to teach your children and other cultures - you must get this book.

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