A woman fondly reflects on her childhood with her Nuakuluapik.
She remembers all the things they used to do together and how kind her Nuakuluapik always was. This heartfelt story illuminates the strength of intergenerational relationships and the ways we hold onto loved ones even after they are gone.
About the authors
Irene Jonas and her husband live in Clyde River with their two children, Audrey aged 12 and Troy aged 9. Irene graduated from the Nunavut Teacher Education Program through the Nunavut Arctic College.
Lenny Lishchenko is not a boy. She is an illustrator, graphic designer, and comic maker, who will never give up the chance to draw a good birch tree. Ukrainianborn and Canadian raised, she’s interested in telling stories that people remember years later, in the early mornings where everything is quiet and still. She’s worked with clients such as Lenny Letter, Power Athletics Ltd. Alberta Venture, and Rubicon Publishing, and is based out of Mississauga, Ontario.
Other titles by Lenny Lishchenko
A Summer Day in the Community
Bilingual Inuktitut and French Edition
Let's Eat Bannock!
Changes in the Seasons
Wiijibibamatoon Anangoonan/Runs with the Stars
Runs with the Stars
Willy's New Pup: A Story from Labrador
What I Do with My Family
Junior Field Guide: Land Mammals
A Summer Day in the Community (Inuktitut/English)
What Was It Like Then?