Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 5 to 7
- Grade: k to 2
What do you see at the playground? While Tauja and her mom are at the playground, they see people doing all kinds of fun activities. This book helps children practise singulars, duals, and plurals in Inuktitut.
About the authors
Louise Flaherty grew up in Clyde River, Nunavut. Early on, Louise was fortunate to be surrounded by great storytellers. Her grandparents instilled in her a passion for Inuktitut, and an understanding that speaking Inuktitut is a fundamental part of Inuit identity. In 2005, Louise co-founded Inhabit Media Inc., an independent publishing house dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Inuit knowledge and values, and the Inuktitut language. Inhabit Media has since published dozens of books and Inuktitut resources that are used in classrooms throughout Nunavut.
Amanda Sandland is an illustrator living in the Toronto area. She studied illustration at Seneca College, eventually specializing in comic arts and character design. When not drawing, she can be found studying, designing characters, creating costumes and replica props, or burying her nose in a comic. She is the illustrator of Ukaliq and Kalla Go Fishing and The Owl and the Lemming.
Other titles by Louise Flaherty
The Gnawer of Rocks
Les choses qui nous tiennent au chaud
Things That Keep Us Warm
Strange Creatures and Fantastic Beings From Inuit Myths and Legends, Second Edition
Stories of the Amautalik
Fantastic Beings from Inuit Myths and Legends
Other titles by Amanda Sandland
Umi Says Sorry
Uliaq's Amazing Animals: Snowy Owl
Taqu and the Special Carving
The Big Blizzard
Bilingual Inuktitut and English Edition