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- 1"Itsy Bitsy Spider"
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Animals are an essential part of Inuit world view and day-to-day life. The knowledge of the relationship between people and animals is passed down through oral tradition from older people to children. These stories are now being captured as children's fiction. In these four works published by...
In Arctic Canada, government agencies, Indigenous organizations and private organizations publish in a variety of languages, dialects and scripts. Often materials are published in several different linguistic editions. Two of the pictured volumes are published by the Government of Nunavut and...
These nursery rhymes have been translated into Uummarmiutun and adapted to the biology of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in Canada's northwestern Arctic.Download
This book contains Uummarmiutun versions of three common nursery rhymes (Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy-Bitsy Spider, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star). The rhymes have been translated and adapted. For example, because an Inuit child is more likely to have a dog than a lamb, the rhyme has been...