"Closing with a cozy feast of clams and hot tea, this is less a culturally specific episode than a harmonious, universally recognizable shared time between a child and her affectionate grandparents. (Picture book. 6-8)"
While her grandmother gathers clams, an Inuit child combs a nearby stretch of Baffin Island beach, finding kinquit (sea lice), an orange aggaujaq (starfish) and other treasures to put in her basket.
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