The Fox Wife

(Author) (Illustrator)

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$16.95  $15.59
Inhabit Media
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9.1 X 7.6 X 0.4 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author

Beatrice Deer is a singer, a seamstress, an advocate for good health. Beatrice has built up a group of musicians for her band--all talented in their own right--and they excel in allowing Beatrice's Inuktitut and English lyrics to soar over a pop folk-rock sound. Inuit culture, women's perspectives on life, love, and storytelling seep from all of Beatrice's music in an emotional and compelling way. Beatrice has four albums under her belt, including an award winner for Best Inuit Cultural Album at the 2005 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. Beatrice has been based in Montreal since 2007. She travels north to perform and reconnect with her family ties on a regular basis. Connection to culture and a healthy lifestyle are all important aspects of Beatrice's life--her advocacy in this regard has made her a role model for many Inuit, young and old. DJ Herron is not a DJ Heron, a tall bird who spins sick jams. DJ studied animation at Loyalist College, where she spent the bulk of her time designing characters, writing stories, and not being an avian mixmaster. When not storyboarding, sculpting, or designing monsters, she is likely to be found thumbing through fashion history and old medieval etiquette books.


"The northern lights bounce off the horizon to enhance the mystery of this world, inviting readers to imagine a distant place and time when animals could become human. The story of a divide that cannot be bridged will leave readers with much to ponder. "
The Fox Wife presents a different way to understand and interact with storytelling, and it is an important work to include in any collection of children's picture books.