Chucky The Lonely Inukshuk
Author - Judith McMurray
Illustrated by D.A. Dunford
with The Tobin Island School of Fine Art
Loretta Rogers, Darcey Sills, Karen Genovese, Susan Gosevitz, Simon Dunford and Megan Torisawa
hardcover - 30 pages
Bryler Publications, 2009
An inspirational tale about an Inukshuk who stands alone on a quiet lake in Northern Ontario. Built many years ago by Inuit travellers, Chucky stands tall and proud as a guide and landmark to passing boaters. Despite his very important job, Chucky is also lonely because no one ever stops to say hello. Chucky forms a special bond with two lost children and a lifelong friendship.
A wonderfully written story that is beautifully illustrated by renowned artist D.A. Dunford and the many talented artists of the Tobin School of Fine Art.