Toronto Lit Up: The Woman and Her Bear Cub by Jaypeetee Arnakak

Jaypeetee Arnakak

Toronto Lit Up: The Woman and Her Bear Cub by Jaypeetee Arnakak

2:00pm ET

Sunday, July 9, 2023

Join Jaypeetee Arnakak on Sunday, July 9 at 2pm ET at Another Story Bookshop to celebrate Nunavut Day and the launch of The Woman and Her Bear Cub (Inhabit Media Inc.). Jaypeetee will be reading from his book. Snacks and drinks will be available.

This is a free Toronto Lit Up event. Books will available for sale by Another Story Bookshop.


Toronto Lit Up is a multi-year initiative, started in 2016 by the Toronto International Festival of Authors and the Toronto Arts Council, to spotlight Toronto writers and empower local artists with career-building opportunities. Between April 2016 and March 2023, Toronto Lit Up has presented 165 events featuring over 200 Toronto authors and illustrators. Toronto Lit Up book launches take place throughout the year at venues across the city. They are open to the public and free to attend. Click here for more information.

       

Toronto Lit Up

How to attend

Join Jaypeetee Arnakak on Sunday, July 9 at 2pm ET at Another Story Bookshop to celebrate Nunavut Day and the launch of The Woman and Her Bear Cub (Inhabit Media Inc.). Jaypeetee will be reading from his book. Snacks and drinks will be available.

This is a free Toronto Lit Up event. Books will available for sale by Another Story Bookshop.


Toronto Lit Up is a multi-year initiative, started in 2016 by the Toronto International Festival of Authors and the Toronto Arts Council, to spotlight Toronto writers and empower local artists with career-building opportunities. Between April 2016 and March 2023, Toronto Lit Up has presented 165 events featuring over 200 Toronto authors and illustrators. Toronto Lit Up book launches take place throughout the year at venues across the city. They are open to the public and free to attend. Click here for more information.

       

Toronto Lit Up

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Jaypeetee Arnakak is a linguist, translator, and educator. He spent many years as a policy analyst specializing in Inuit culture, language and education issues. He is the editor of Unikkaaqtuat Qikiqtaninngaaqtut, a collection of thirty-three versions of traditional stories, transcribed and edited from oral recordings of ten Inuit elders from two High Arctic communities, Arctic Bay and Igloolik. He has also adapted several traditional Inuit stories into children's storybooks. 

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2:00pm ET

Sunday, July 9, 2023

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