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4.2 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 7 Reviews

Book Description
The year is 1892. An Inupiat Eskimo mother finds herself far from the village at winter camp. And now her husband has died. Although Qutuuq (coo-took) is far along in pregnancy, and her children are only seven and nine, the little family sets out toward the Bering Sea coast. Weak from effort and starvation, they plod along each bend in the frozen river until Qutuuq goes into labor. Certain that he... More
Book Information
PublisherGraphic Arts Books
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages224
ISBN-100882405586
ISBN-13978-0882405582
Publication Date10/01/2003
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About Loretta Outwater Cox (Author) : Loretta Outwater Cox is a published author. Published credits of Loretta Outwater Cox include The Storytellers' Club: The Picture-Writing Women of the Arctic, Winter Walk: A Century-Old Survival Story... more
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12/17/2009 Tricia Brown said:
The year is 1892. An Iñupiat Eskimo mother finds herself far from the village at winter camp. And now her husband has died. Although Qutuuq (coo-took) is far along in pregnancy, and her children are only seven and nine, the little family sets out toward the Bering Sea coast. Weak from effort and st... more

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