The Shadows That Rush Past

The Shadows That Rush Past

A Collection of Frightening Inuit Folktales

Book - 2011
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Introduces young readers to some of the creepiest, scariest stories from Inuit mythology, These tales are filled with child-stealing ogresses; monsters that are half-man, half-grizzly bear; ice-covered polar bears ten times the size of normal bears; and a smiling creature that surprises unsuspecting campers and tickles them to death!
Publisher: Iqaluit, Nunavut : Inhabit Media, 2011
ISBN: 9781926569468
Branch Call Number: 398.2 QIT 2011
Characteristics: 41 p
Additional Contributors: Fiegenschuh, Emily
MacDougall, Larry

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Gwen0171
Feb 05, 2013

Sadows that rush past is really freaky. Would you rather have a man eating beast in your village or a weird man come into your house and tickle you to death. I personally would rather not have any of those things! Anyways I think that you should read this book because it will teach you about scary tales in fun ways!

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SilverBirchTeam
Jan 23, 2013

Cool Author Fact: RACHEL A. QITSUALIK's favourite things include hawks, dogs, and vanilla ice-cream (not necessarily in that order).

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BaconRagnaros
Jan 15, 2013

Would you want to have a child stealing old lady or a laughing,evil zombie that tickles you to death outside your window brought to life by Inuit imaginations? This book brings creepy but interesting stories to life for people who can imagine as far as the Inuit. The monsters are very interesting, unique,weird,and creepy.My favorite has got to be the Mahaha. This monster the scariest of the 4 in this short,but enjoyable book

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