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Contributor is exactly "Amos, Beverly (translator)"
Nutaqqanun Atuutit (Sallirmiutun)
Inuvialuit Ingilraan Annuraangit Ukiumi (Sallirmiutun)
Images and explanations of traditional clothing for winter, what materials are used, and what the clothing looks like. In the Siglitun dialect.
A children's book that contains pictures and names of teachers from different schools in the region. In the Siglitun dialect.
A children's book which demonstrates language translations through images. In the Siglitun dialect.
Inuuniarviit Nunaptingni (Sallirmiutun)
A book which displays surrounding communities in the ISR through images. In the Siglitun dialect.
Songs and poems about the sun. In the Siglitun dialect.
Ingilraanitat Inuvialuit (Sallirmiutun)
Descriptions and images of traditional skin clothing for men, women, and children. In the Siglitun dialect.
Santa Goes to Uluksaqtuuq (Sallirmiutun)
Santa visits Ulukhaqtok, and people help him find his sled. In the Siglitun dialect.
A book demonstrating colors in the
Siglitun dialect by displaying images of rubber boots.
A collection of prayers in the Siglitun dialect.
Una Ilisarviga (Sallirmiutun)
A child named Haaryuaq introduces their school. In the Siglitun dialect.
Poem about going fishing. In the Siglitun dialect and English.
Children's song lyrics about being happy. In the
Geddes Auktalik Wolki Ataatanilu (Sallirmiutun)
A story about a young boy's survival in the Arctic. In the Siglitun dialect.
Various children's songs in the Siglitun dialect.
Kina Takuviung? (Sallirmiutun)
A children's book with colorful illustrations of a young boy, his grandfather, and his grandmother.