Animals Illustrated: Muskox

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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Inhabit Media
Publish Date
Pages
24
Dimensions
6.7 X 9.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781772271225

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About the Author

Allen Niptanatiak is a hunter and trapper from Kugluktuk, Nunavut. Kagan McLeod has been illustrating for magazines, newspapers, and design firms since 1999, after graduating from Sheridan College's illustration program. He began work as a staff artist for Canada's National Post newspaper, and has had illustration work published recently in Entertainment Weekly, Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications. He lives in Toronto with his wife, two daughters, and a hound dog.Kagan McLeod has been illustrating for magazines, newspapers, and design firms since 1999, after graduating from Sheridan College's illustration program. He began work as a staff artist for the National Post newspaper, and has had illustration work published recently in Entertainment Weekly, Reader's Digest, The Walrus, The Wall Street Journal, Toronto Life, The Boston Globe, and Popular Mechanics. His first graphic novel, Infinite Kung-Fu, was published in 2012. He lives in Toronto with his wife, two daughters, and a hound dog.

Reviews

"Design of the series is spot-on, with attractive covers and lay-out that is both consistent throughout the series and age-appropriate for conveying information visually and textually."
"The author, a Nunavut hunter and trapper, knows the animal well and shares his knowledge . . . . The illustrator is award-winning and a contributor to a First Nations comic anthology, Moonshot. His images add setting, perspective and further information. Their skills seem perfectly matched to present the facts related."
". . . [I]ncludes extensive information about the muskoxen's strategies for defense and for withstanding the cold."