Grandmother Ptarmigan

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Illustrated by Qin Leng
Inhabit Media

It’s bedtime for baby ptarmigan, but he will not go to sleep. So his grandmother decides to tell him a bedtime story that he will never forget.

With delightful illustrations by Qin Leng, this nursery rhyme–inspired rendition of a traditional Inuit origin tale is perfect for the youngest of children.

Reviews & Awards

Grandmother Ptarmigan deserves a place with Aesop’s fables and fables of all types.”
– CM Magazine

“A brief, illuminating glimpse into Inuit storytelling.”
– Kirkus

Best-of-the-year-list 2014

Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choices

Best Books for Kids and Teens, 2014
Canadian Children’s Book Centre

2014-2015 Recommended Titles First Nations Community Reads