Inspired by the folklore and traditions of the Inuit people, Nadia Sammurtok shares a magical tale that unites a kindhearted maiden who dances with butterflies and a lonely hunter, in The Caterpillar Woman, a transformational story of kindness, compassion, and looking beyond the surface to the character within. Illustrations from Carolyn Gan showcase the beauty and grandeur of the arctic tundra with its dramatic landscapes and fascinating culture as Piujuq and Amaruq meet and fall in love.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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