Celina Kalluk is a throat singer who has performer in countries around the world, including Mali, Mexico, Greece, and at Windsor Palace as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Celebration. She regularly sings as part of the touring cast of Artcirq Inuit Performance Collective, a community-based circus and multimedia company based out of Iglulik, Nunavut. She is also a visual artist and has illustrated several book covers and other literacy material. She lives in Resolute Bay, Nunavut, Canada. Alexandria Neonakis is an illustrator and designer from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. She currently lives with her cat, "Kitty," in Santa Monica, California.
"[A] lovely bedtime book . . . Young children will be captivated by the stunning beauty of the Arctic world embracing little Kulu." "Highly recommended" "This is a terrific book for those who have a newborn in the house... And for those of us who just need a book that rights the world for us, that reminds us of that world in all its richness." ." . . [P]lenty of material for both parents and children to enjoy." "Complementing Kalluk's words are gorgeous illustrations by Alexandria Neonakis."