Polar Bear Son
In this traditional Inuit folktale, an old woman solves her loneliness when she raises a polar bear as her own son. Since the bear is a good hunter, the jealous villagers threaten its life and force him to leave his ‘mother’ and return to the wilderness.
This inspiring tale with great illustrations offers a look into the Inuit culture from days gone by.
- ISBN: 9780395975671
- Author: Lydia Dabcovich
- 37 pages
- Ages: 5-7, 8-12
An Inuit traditional tale about an old woman that takes in a baby Polar Bear cub whose mother has been killed.
The story is poignant and illustrations are gentle. This picture book would support upper elementary grades learning about First Nations.
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|Dimensions||26.2 × 23.0 × 0.4 cm|