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The Shadows that Rush Past (Inuktitut Edition) [Hardcover]

Rachel A. Qitsualik , Emily Fiegenschuh , Larry MacDougall

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Sept. 1 2011

Just in time for Halloween, The Shadows that Rush Past introduces young readers to some of the creepiest, scariest stories from Inuit mythology. These tales, told by critically acclaimed writer Rachel Qitsualik, bring to life four creatures from Inuit mythology: the amautalik, akhla, nanurluk, and mahaha.

These tales are filled with child-stealing ogresses; monsters that are half-man, half-grizzly bear; ice-covered polar bears ten times the size of normal bears; and a smiling creature that surprises unsuspecting campers and tickles them to death!

Written in a playful, conversational, sometimes funny style, The Shadows that Rush Past will keep young readers anxious for the thrilling frights that might lurk on the next page.

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About the Author

Rachel A. Qitsualik was born and raised in the traditional Inuit culture of the late 1950?s. After working for some time as a language specialist and consultant, she found success as a writer. Together with her husband, Sean A. Tinsley, she has published many hundreds of articles on Inuit culture/folklore, much of which is used as educational content around the world. She has also contributed to books, including Ring of Ice, Our Story, America is Indian Country, and Canada in 2020.

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