MP3 Tales From the Tundra: A Collection of Inuit Stories by Ibi Kaslik pdf information francais pc online

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Learn why the raven is black. Hear about how a little boy was transformed into a bird. Find out why a walrus once had antlers and how an earth spirit pulled the first caribou from the ground. Retold by Ibi Kaslik and brought to life by the illustrations of Anthony Brennan, these fascinating traditional stories will capture the imagination of young readers and introduce them to the rich mythology of the Canadian Inuit.
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