"In the spring, the Arctic tundra is bursting with life. Plants and animals have endured a long, bitter winter, waiting for their chance to peek out through the deep snow. But there are also dangers lurking on the tundra in dark caves and beyond distant hills; creatures that hunters hope never to encounter lying in wait. When a lone hunter named Qaunngauvaniq takes a walk on the spring tundra, his journey soon becomes a life-or-death struggle when he meets one of the tundra's most fearsome, and hungry, inhabitants-a deadly tuurngaq! Written by Cape Dorset elder Qaunaq Mikkigak and highly acclaimed picture book author Joanne Schwartz, The Legend of the Fog bring a centuries-old Inuit traditional tale to life for modern readers."--Provided by publisher.
Oral tradition -- Nunavut -- Juvenile literature.
Schwartz, Joanne (Joanne F.), 1960- author.