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When the caribou become less plentiful on the Inuit hunting grounds, a young boy named Ytek goes in search of an answer to the problem of the vanishing herds.
|Statement||Garnet Hewitt ; illustrations, Heather Woodall.|
|Contributions||Woodall, Heather, ill.|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 H494 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||79056919|
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[Garnet Hewitt; Heather Woodall] -- When the caribou become less plentiful on the Inuit hunting grounds, a young boy named Ytek goes in search of an answer to the problem of the vanishing herds.
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Collection universallibrary Contributor Osmania University Language English. Addeddate Call number Digitalpublicationdate /06/ Garnet Hewitt's Ytek and the Arctic Orchid (Vanguard Press, ; o.p.) is a more complicated Inuit legend in which a young boy goes in search of the caribou when they become scarce on the hunting grounds.
Of the three, Caribou Girl is the easiest to read. The pastel illustrations are lovely, albeit uneven in quality.2/5(1). - Heather Woodall, Ytek and the Arctic Orchid: an Inuit legend, by Garnet Hewitt - Lindee Climo, Chester's Barn - Ken Nutt, Zoom at Sea, by Tim Wynne-Jones.
Common Knowledge Book awards Canada Council Children's Literature Prize. Book awards: Canada Council Children's Literature Prize. Book awards by cover. 1–7 of 21 (next | show all) Works (21) Titles: Ytek and the Arctic Orchid by Garnet Hewitt: English-Language Illustration, Heather Woodall.
The orchid is one of the most passionately cultivated flowers worldwide, and for centuries it has been a symbol for the exotic and mysterious in the human imagination. As the brilliant photographs in this book show, the shapes, hues and textures of many of these extraordinary flowers continue to produce a shock of wonder in the book will delight everyone, from the gardener with a 4/5(4).
The Governor General's Award for English-language children's illustration is a Canadian literary award that annually recognizes one Canadian illustrator for a children's book written in English. It is one of four children's book awards among the Governor General's Awards for Literary Merit, one each for writers and illustrators of English- and French-language books.
If the phrase “Arctic orchids” sounds like a joke, keep in mind that orchids are the world’s largest flower family, and live on every continent but Antarctica.
We know tropical orchids best, but Canada is home to dozens of species, like those celebrated at the annual Bruce Peninsula Orchid Festival. By contrast, Garnet Hewitt’s Ytek and the Arctic Orchid, illustrated by Heather Woodall, one of Canada’s first single-edition Inuit traditional stories in picturebook format, feels a fevered and non-authentic romantic interpretation of a shaman quest.
Compared to traditional retellings of Aboriginal story in today’s publishing environment. Ytek and the Arctic Orchid by Garnet Hewitt: Chester's Barn by Lindee Climo: Zoom at Sea by Tim Wynne-Jones: Chin Chiang and the Dragon's Dance by Ian Wallace: Zoom by Tim Wynne-Jones: Moonbeam on a Cat's Ear by Marie-Louise Gay: Rainy Day Magic by Marie-Louise Gay: Amos's Sweater by Janet Lunn: At an orchid show in New York last year, I heard the same story over and over—how one orchid in the kitchen led to a dozen, and then to a back-yard greenhouse, and then, in some cases, to.
The Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator’s Award is awarded to an outstanding illustrator of a children’s book published in Canada during the previous calendar year. The Award shall be bestowed upon books that are suitable for children up to and including age To be eligible for this award, an illustrator must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, and the text of.
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Otherwise called the Singapore orchid, Vandas hail from the tropics of Southeast Asia and are now also grown in the USA. This type of orchid can be put in hanging baskets.The Canadian Children's Book Centre (CCBC) is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging, promoting and supporting the reading, writing, illustrating and publishing of Canadian books for young readers.Pterostylis nutans is a common terrestrial orchid of the eastern states of Australia as well as Tasmania.
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