The Legend of Lightning and Thunder

The Legend of Lightning and Thunder In The Legend of Lightning and Thunder a traditional legend that has been told in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut for centuries two siblings resort to stealing from their fellow villagers and inadve
  • Title: The Legend of Lightning and Thunder
  • Author: Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt Jo Rioux Neil Christopher Louise Flaherty
  • ISBN: 9781927095287
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Legend of Lightning and Thunder
    In The Legend of Lightning and Thunder, a traditional legend that has been told in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut for centuries, two siblings resort to stealing from their fellow villagers, and inadvertently introduce lightning and thunder into the world This beautifully illustrated traditional legend weaves together elements of an origin story and a traditional cautionarIn The Legend of Lightning and Thunder, a traditional legend that has been told in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut for centuries, two siblings resort to stealing from their fellow villagers, and inadvertently introduce lightning and thunder into the world This beautifully illustrated traditional legend weaves together elements of an origin story and a traditional cautionary tale, giving young readers an accessible window into centuries old Inuit mythology that is specific to the Kivalliq region of Nunavut.
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  • 445 Comments

  • In the past, before stealing existed, the villagers traveled far distances to celebrate the spring together One spring, an orphaned brother and a sister arrived at the singing festival very hungry from their long journey When they approached the celebrating villagers for food, they were sent away Not knowing what to do and weak from hunger, they decided to steal some caribou meat They feared being caught, so they hid while they ate Still hungry, they decide to search for food in the villagers b [...]


  • This is a bummer of a book view spoiler I love thunder and lightning and don t want to associate them with being caused by two orphaned children being neglected and ignored though as a reviewer pointed out, it could be a really relatable book for children.I was surprised to read a reviewer say it teaches two valuable lessons, caring for one another and it is wrong to steal, because I literally felt no criticism of the children for stealing I did feel a deep indictment of the community for not sh [...]


  • Fiction The Inuit tribe celebrate spring each year but this year two unknown orphans, brother and sister, attend Since they are strangers to the tribe the two siblings were not welcome Alone and empty handed, both children steal food along with rock and caribou skin But how did lightning and thunder come about The mysterious Inuit tale of the two orphans and how lightning and thunder was created is both sad and uplifting I would keep this book in the classroom for students who have a hard home l [...]


  • I read this to a group of 20 kids aged 5 7 for an Inuit Awareness workshop The reaction from the children was lovely and I think it interested them in learning about my people I enjoyed this story, too, since I am not familiar with this particular legend Thank you, Paula for writing it and Inhabit Media for making this accessible across Canada


  • This traditional Inuit myth tells the story of how two siblings must face the consequences of their actions after stealing from their fellow villagers The textured drawings bring this book to life and will appeal to ages six to eight.


  • I really like the art in this one Though I ve noticed that with this publisher, while the authors of the stories are Inuit, the illustrators often aren t.Good story


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