Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Reading age: 6 to 8
Palluq and his cousin Qiliqti love helping their anaanatsiaq!
They are excited to visit her on their way to school. What chores can they do to help their anaanatsiaq?
About the authors
Jeela is the Executive Director of Inuit Uqausinginnik Taiguusiliuqtiit, the Inuit Language Authority of Nunavut. The focus of her research in the past five years has been on standardization of Inuktut orthography in Nunavut, as well as at the national level with the Atausiq Inuktut Titirausiq task group with Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Jeela’s passion is working with the Inuit language and it’s continued use and survival. She passionately enjoys learning about the language variants from Alaska to Greenland.
Michelle Simpson grew up in the woods of Niagara Falls, Ontario and still resides there today. She is a full-time freelance illustrator, focusing mainly on children's publications, and holds a BAA in illustration from Sheridan College. Michelle has worked as a concept artist at KeyFrame Animation for kids cartoons such as Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate (Season 2) and Tee and Mo (Season 1). She is the author of Night Festival: A Silent Picture Book and Monsters In My House which was short-listed for the Canadian Self Publishing awards in 2014. Michelle has also illustrated Hanukkah Harvie vs. Santa Claus by David Michael Slater and Back Home by Shaista Kaba Fatehali. Michelle draws her inspiration for her artwork from nature, animals and folklore.
Other titles by Jeela Palluq-Cloutier
Other titles by Michelle Simpson
Jordan and Max, Field Trip!
I Can See You
Talloqut: A Story from West Greenland
The Dancing Trees
Jordan and Max, Showtime
Palluq and Aksaajuq Help Their Anaana
Palluq and Inuluk Go Hunting with Their Ataata