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The Girl and the Wolf

The Girl and the Wolf

by Katherena Vermette, illustrated by Julie Flett
edition:Hardcover
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age: 0 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : native canadian, wolves & coyotes, survival stories

While picking berries with her mother, a little girl wanders too far into the woods. When she realizes she is lost, she begins to panic. A large grey wolf makes a sudden appearance between some distant trees. Using his sense of smell, he determines where she came from and decides to help her. Through a series of questions from the wolf, the little …

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Wild Woman Alphabet

Wild Woman Alphabet

by Doris Muise
edition:Hardcover
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : counting & numbers, girls & women

"A bunch of wild women once wandered this land and thought that their dinners had gotten too bland. They set out in search of fine foods they could get and ate up the sounds of the whole alphabet."
Wild Woman's Alphabet is a quirky ABC children's title with Indigenous themes and images in the text and collaged illustrations.

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Dancing with the Cranes

Dancing with the Cranes

by Jeannette Armstrong, illustrated by Ron Hall
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : native canadian, death & dying

Dancing with the Cranes gives an understanding of birth, life and death. Chi's momma is soon to have a baby, but Chi is having a hard time being happy about it. Chi misses Temma (her grandma), who has passed away. Chi's momma and daddy help ease the pain of losing Temma and help Chi to understand life and death as a part of nature. Chi soon finds h …

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Dah Dzahge Esigits

Dah Dzahge Esigits

by Angela Dennis; Regina Louie; Odeila Dennis; Hostelma Pauline Hawkins; Edosdi Dr. Judy Thompson, illustrated by Peter Morin; Una-Ann Moyer & Tsema Igharas
edition:Paperback
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age: 0 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : alphabet, native canadian, school & education

In this illustrated children’s title, the Taltan alphabet is featured along with the 47 sounds of the Taltan language. The Taltan Alphabet portrayed in Dah Dzahge Esigits: We Write Our Language is a resource for learners to match sounds to symbols. It is also for those who can already speak Taltan but want to learn the alphabet to help them read …

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The Rabbit's Race

The Rabbit's Race

by Deborah L. Delaronde, illustrated by Virginia McCoy
edition:Hardcover
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age: 9 to 12
Grade: 4 to 7
Reading age: 9 to 12
tagged : rabbits, multigenerational, country & ethnic

Joey brings his grandfather to school for Grandparents Day to tell a story about two little bush rabbits who come out of the forest to search for food. A young jackrabbit challenges them to a race, promising to share his food if the bush rabbits win. Who will win?

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I Like Who I Am

I Like Who I Am

by Tara White, illustrated by Lee Claremont
edition:Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : bullying, native canadian

Celina is a young Mohawk girl who moves to her mother's home reserve. She is teased by her classmates who tell her that she is not Mohawk and does not belong because she has blond hair and blue eyes. Celina starts to believe her classmates and decides not to dance at an upcoming Pow Wow. But her great-grandmother helps Celina understand that being …

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How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs / Edànì Nogèe Wegoo Degèe Adzà

How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs / Edànì Nogèe Wegoo Degèe Adzà

by Virginia Football, illustrated by James Wedzin, translated by Rosa Mantla & Mary Siemens
edition:Hardcover
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : foxes, native american

Fox is howling, crying, for he lost his leg to Bear, all the people wanted to help Fox, but didn't know what to do. Raven is called upon to help retrieve his leg. Will Raven succeed in the quest for Fox's leg?
This dual-language picture book includes an audio and interactive multimedia CD.

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Gatherings XV

Gatherings XV

Youth Water Anthology
edited by Greg Younging
edition:Paperback
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age: 13 to 17
Grade: 8 to 12
Reading age: 12 to 100
tagged : aboriginal & indigenous, canada

The Gatherings-Water project reflects the cultural rejuvenation of Indigenous Youth in B.C. It is not only a revival of a respected anthology series, but also a new level of engagement between publishing house and community, between established writers and emerging voices, and finally a testament to the connection of Indigenous Youth with the life- …

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River of Salmon Peoples

River of Salmon Peoples

by Jeannette Armstrong & Gerry William
edition:Paperback
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An expression of the people, culture, ceremony and songs along the Fraser, River of Salmon Peoples captures what the Fraser River, and its most valuable resource, the salmon, means to First Nations communities along its basin. The result of nine community engagements, extensive research over two years, and illuminating photographs and artwork, this …

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The Best of Funny, You Don't Look Like One

The Best of Funny, You Don't Look Like One

by Drew Hayden Taylor
edition:Paperback
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tagged : cultural, ethnic & regional, native americans, essays

“Drew Hayden Taylor is one of those dangerous writers who knows the potential of humour, and how far it can reach into society, how deep it can cut, how quickly it can heal.” —Thomas King, author of The Back of the Turtle 
The Best of Funny, You Don't Look Like One is a collection of the author's handpicked favorites from the popular first …

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These Threads Become a Thinner Light

These Threads Become a Thinner Light

by David A. Groulx
edition:Paperback
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tagged : native american, non-classifiable

"This is a book of truth, difficult truth, real truth, beautiful truth." —Norma Dunning, Canadian Poetries 
In this collection of poetry, powerhouse author David Groulx uses his deft and forceful wordplay. These Threads Become a Thinner Light takes readers into blisteringly honest reflections of survival and momentary redemptions of a hidden Ind …

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The Black Ship

The Black Ship

by Gerry William
edition:Paperback
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tagged : alternative history, adventure

Enid Blue Starbreaks is a fighter. The survivor of a mass killing of her people, the Repletians, she was adopted and raised by an Amphorian family. Despite their attempts to erase her memory and integrate her into Amphorian society, Enid clings to the lingering memories of who she was. Seen as "less than" for being a Repletian, Enid experiences ra …

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Legacy

Legacy

by Waubgeshig Rice
edition:Paperback
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tagged : cultural heritage, contemporary women, native american & aboriginal

"Bold, envisioned storytelling. A hands down pleasure to read." —Richard Wagamese
In the winter of 1989, Eva Gibson is a university student living in downtown Toronto. She's homesick and anxious to finish her education and return home to serve her Anishinaabe community. Then tragedy strikes and it becomes the Gibson family's legacy. Back on the r …

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The Little Duck Sikihpsis

The Little Duck Sikihpsis

by Beth Cuthand, translated by Stan Cuthand, illustrated by Mary Longman
edition:Hardcover
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tagged : native american

An enchanting children's story about a little mud duck who wanted to be a handsome Plains Cree dancer, and how the Cree helped him be happy with himself as a duck. The little mud duck would fly over the Cree camp and observe the people. One day he decided to dress up like a Cree dancer and walk to the camp. When he is ignored by the dancers, the lo …

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Red Rooms

Red Rooms

by Cherie Dimaline
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
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age: 13 to 17
Grade: 8 to 12
Reading age: 12 to 100
tagged : literary, native american & aboriginal

Naomi, an Indigenous chambermaid in a busy downtown hotel, amuses herself by imagining the past, present and future lives of five hotel guests, whom she observed in passing, in the hotel lobby and through relics left in their rooms. Struck by their remains, their footprints and their clues, Naomi patches them together to weave tales of infatuation …

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Girl Who Grew A Galaxy

Girl Who Grew A Galaxy

by Cherie Dimaline
edition:Paperback
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age: 13 to 17
Grade: 8 to 12
Reading age: 12 to 100
tagged : literary, coming of age

Ruby Bloom has a lot going on; her mother is eating herself to death, a soul crushing museum job, and her flamboyant best friend who humiliates and saves her in equal doses. And then there's a galaxy of odd planets that spin around her head. When Ruby's sent to New Orleans for work, she finds an astronomer in an attic that just might be the way out …

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The Country of Sen-om-tuse (sn?amtus)

The Country of Sen-om-tuse (sn?amtus)

Growing Up the Traditional Coville-Okanogan Way
by Andrew Joseph, Sr., illustrated by Keith Powell, foreword by Susanna Hayes
edition:Paperback
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age: 13 to 17
Grade: 8 to 12
Reading age: 12 to 100
tagged : aboriginal & indigenous, canada

Learning the importance of self-sufficiency and hard work from his parents and cultural teachers early in, life Andy Joseph Sr. carved out a career as a skilled laborer, accomplished athlete and elected leader of the Colville Business Council.
When Andy started school, knowing nearly nothing of English, he quickly became proficient in the exclusiv …

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Indigenous Earth: Praxis and Transformation

Indigenous Earth: Praxis and Transformation

edited by Ellen Simmons
edition:Paperback
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This book is a collection of essays by Indigenous scholars and leaders which has been organized to share theories, research, experiences, as well as their methods in the application of Indigenous Knowledge. The idea to publish a collection of essays which would focus on framing the concept of Traditional Ecological Knowledge theories and practice, …

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The Moon Speaks Cree

A Winter Adventure
by Larry Loyie
edition:Paperback
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God Don't Make No Junk

God Don't Make No Junk

by Peggy MacTaggart
edition:Paperback
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tagged : adoption & fostering

Accompany Bobbie as she traces back the path of her life; from her Ojibwa roots to her rejection of her culture following the horrific abuse she endured during her childhood. She reflects on her life with sadness and humor recalling her tumultuous marriage and divorce, her life as a single parent, her battle with drugs and alcohol and the long road …

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As I Remember It

As I Remember It

by Tara Lee Morin
edition:Paperback
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tagged : adoption & fostering

Taken from her Native birth mother as a baby. Removed from her adoptive parents' home at 5 and caught shoplifting at 11. On the streets prostituting herself at 14. This is the stark childhood and adolescence of Tara Lee, the protagonist of As I Remember It. But she triumphs over rejection and abuse, thanks to her indomitable spirit and the efforts …

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Goodbye Buffalo Bay

Goodbye Buffalo Bay

by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden
edition:Paperback
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age: 12 to 100
Grade: 8 to 12
Reading age: 12 to 100
tagged : cultural heritage, canada, aboriginal & indigenous

Drama and humour combine in Goodbye Buffalo Bay by award-winning Cree author Larry Loyie. The sequel to the award-winning book As Long as the Rivers Flow and the award-finalist When the Spirits Dance, Goodbye Buffalo Bay is set during the author's teenaged years. In his last year in residential school, Lawrence learns the power of friendship and fi …

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In the Shadow of Evil

In the Shadow of Evil

by Beatrice Mosionier
edition:Paperback
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This is the second novel by Beatrice Culleton Mosionier. This murder mystery is set in the foothills of the Rockies. The main character, Christine, is a Métis woman who struggles to deal with the sudden loss of her husband and child. Haunted by her own childhood of a broken family, sibling rivalry and foster homes, Christine's life suddenly unrave …

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Broken But Not Dead

Broken But Not Dead

by Joylene Nowell Butler
edition:Paperback
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Brendell Kisêpîsim Meshango is of Métis heritage and a PhD university professor in Prince George, British Columbia. When Brendell resigns from the university and retreats to her isolated cabin to repair her psyche, she is confronted by a masked intruder. His racial comments lead her to believe she is the solitary victim of a hate crime. Howe …

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Christmas La Pouchinn

by Deborah Delaronde, by (artist) Virginia McCoy
edition:Paperback
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age: 8 to 9
Grade: 3 to 4
tagged : christmas & advent

This vividly enchanting poem takes the reader through the traditional Métis upbringing of a boy living with his grandparents through seasons and their activities. The book concludes with the important year-end Christmas and New Years celebrations and explains their significance. Includes a Michif “vocabulary guide? and three recipes.

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Kou-Skelowh/We are the People

Kou-Skelowh/We are the People

A Trilogy of Okanagan Legends
illustrated by Barbara Marchand
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : pre-confederation (to 1867), native canadian

A collection of original legends told in a strong rhythmic language, this new revised edition of Kou-Skelowh/We Are the People features the Okanagan language and uses stories to teach readers about the values of sharing, self-sacrifice and reverence for life in all forms.

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From Lishamie

From Lishamie

by Albert Canadien
edition:Paperback
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tagged : native americans

With astonishing detail, Albert Canadien fondly recounts his boyhood years in Lishamie, a traditional Dene camp north of the Mackenzie River, and reflects on the devastating and long-lasting impact residential schooling had on him, his family and his people. Separated at a young age from his parents and forced to attend a strict Catholic boarding s …

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First Wives Club

First Wives Club

Coast Salish Style
by Lee Maracle
edition:Paperback
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tagged : short stories (single author), marriage & family

This poignant and powerful collection of short stories provides revealing glimpses into the life experiences of an Aboriginal woman, a university professor, an activist and a single mother. With lyrical eloquence, Lee Maracle takes the reader on a deeply stirring and emotional journey that is at times humorous and heart-wrenching but not soon to be …

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Wings of Glass

Wings of Glass

by AmberLee Kolson
edition:Paperback
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tagged : family life

Married to a successful lawyer and mother to two healthy, well-adjusted children, she was living the life many people only dreamed about. She should be happy, her husband tells her. But she is not. The memories of her controlling and manipulative adoptive mother haunt her day and night and threaten to poison her numb, present-day existence.

As the p …

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Where Mary Went

Where Mary Went

by Lynne Sherry McLean
edition:Paperback
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Mary Fisher has not had an easy life. Forced into a residential institute after the death of her mother, she and her siblings suffer appalling abuse and neglect. While many around her languish, Mary grows stronger. A precocious child, Mary matures into a resilient woman with a kind heart and quick smile that endears her to everyone she meets and tw …

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When the Spirits Dance

When the Spirits Dance

by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden
edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover
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age: 9 to 12
Grade: 4 to 7
Reading age: 9 to 12
tagged : cultural heritage, native canadian

When Lawrence's father goes overseas with the Canadian Army during the Second World War, the young Cree boy struggles to grow up while wrestling with the meaning of war. With Papa gone, Mama raises the children alone. Traditional foods such as wild meat and fish are scarce, and many other foods are rationed.
Angry about the changes and confused abo …

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Just a Walk

Just a Walk

by Jordan Wheeler, illustrated by Christopher Auchter
edition:Paperback
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age: 3 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : humorous stories, native canadian

A young boy named Chuck goes for a simple walk that turns into a day of crazy adventures. Chuck encounters animals, fish and birds that lead him on a wild journey throughout their habitats.

Jordan Wheeler's whimsical rhyming will capture the young readers attention and Chuck's hilarious predicaments will keep all ages laughing for more.

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People of the Land

People of the Land

Legends of the Four Host First Nations
introduction by Tewanee Joseph, by (artist) Aaron Nelson-Moody & Glenn George
edition:Hardcover
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tagged : native american, canadian

The sacred legends of four First Nations—Lil'wat, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh—have been passed down from generation to generation through the Elders and are integral to the teachings and Oral Traditions of First Nations peoples. These stories link people to the land and to each other, passing on Traditional Knowledge and history. For …

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I See Me

I See Me

by Margaret Manuel
edition:Hardcover
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age: 1 to 3
Grade: p
Reading age: 1 to 3
tagged : senses & sensation, native canadian

Eating and sleeping are two popular pastimes for babies, but that's not all they do. I See Me provides a tender snapshot of what a child’s day—or hour—might look like. Each adorable image includes an English caption with space below for parents to translate the word into their own language.

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How the Fox Saved the People

How the Fox Saved the People

by Virginia Football, illustrated by James Wedzin
edition:Hardcover
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Hunger strikes the people, and Raven is mysteriously happy. Fox decides to find out why. Follow Fox as he uses his cunning skills to solve the mystery.Includes an audio and interactive multimedia CD that you can play on a CD player, PC or Mac. An orthography chart is included.In Dogrib and English.

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Comment le Renard A Epargne les Gens

Comment le Renard A Epargne les Gens

by Virginia Football, illustrated by James Wedzin
edition:Hardcover
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Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher

by Stella Calahasen
edition:Paperback
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age: 12 to 14
Grade: 7 to 9
tagged : bedtime & dreams, native canadian

When nightmares start troubling her, young Marin goes to her grandmother's home to see an Elder. After visiting with the Elder Maskwa, Marin better understands her dreams and the importance of ritual, respect and connection to the Great Spirit, Kici Manitow. With the help of her family, Marin makes a dream catcher. It helps her appreciate herself a …

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Racin' Jason

Racin' Jason

by Elaine Wagner, illustrated by Janet Kaszonyi
edition:Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : horses, native canadian

Racin' Jason is an uplifting tale of one orphan boy's unwavering faith in the abandoned Appaloosa colt that he raises and transforms into a racehorse. Jason develops a special bond with the colt that he names Binesi, or Thunderbird, for the noise his hooves will one day make when he gallops by the other horses. Jason enters Binesi in the annual Coc …

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Porcupines and China Dolls

Porcupines and China Dolls

by Robert Arthur Alexie
edition:Paperback
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tagged : literary, native american & aboriginal, historical

"A terrific book that deals with present day concerns."—Thomas King, Governor General's Award–wining author of The Back of the Turtle and The Inconvenient Indian
“To understand this story, it is important to know the People and where they came from and what they went through.” So begins a haunting story that explores with frank and honest …

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Porcupines and China Dolls

Porcupines and China Dolls

by Robert Alexie
edition:Hardcover
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"To understand this story, it is important to know the People and where they came from and what they went through." So begins a haunting story that explores with frank and honest words the dark legacy of the residential school system and its impact on individuals, families and communities.

James Nathan and Jake Noland have been best friends for life …

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The Legend of the Caribou Boy / Ekwò Dozhìa Wegond|

The Legend of the Caribou Boy / Ekwò Dozhìa Wegond|

by George Blondin, illustrated by Ray McSwain, translated by Mary Rose Sundberg
edition:Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : native american, deer, moose & caribou

Maintaining the Dene storytelling tradition of passing along the teachings to their children, John Blondin relayed the story of The Legend of the Caribou Boy as he heard it from his father, George Blondin a respected Elder and storyteller. Now written down in dual language the legend is passed on to you. Discover one small part of Dene history and …

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Looking After Me

Looking After Me

by Denise Lecoy, illustrated by Marie-Micheline Hamelin
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
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age: 3 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : native canadian, daily activities

A sweet story about a little Quail who, through the love of his family, learns life lessons about feelings, emotions and expressing oneself.

Written for children of all backgrounds, with colorful illustrations, this story shares the important message of healthy living.

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Living Safe, Playing Safe

Living Safe, Playing Safe

by Karen W. Olson, illustrated by Leonard George
edition:Paperback
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age: 3 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : native canadian, daily activities

Tony, Rainey, Jennifer, and Mavis love playing and, with the help of their parents, after a few mishaps they learn important safety lessons at school, in the kitchen and in the playground.
Written for children of all backgrounds, with colorful illustrations, this story shares the important message of playing and living safely.

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Healthy Choices, Healthy Lives

Healthy Choices, Healthy Lives

by Karen Olson, illustrated by Marie-Micheline Hamelin
edition:Paperback
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tagged : drugs, alcohol, substance abuse

David is scared and full of questions when his favorite aunt was yelling. Through the love of his mommy, David understands auntie's alcohol problem and the importance of making healthy choices.

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Eyes, Ears, Nose and Mouth

Eyes, Ears, Nose and Mouth

by Karen Olson, illustrated by Leonard George
edition:Paperback
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What happens when you get a bead stuck up your nose? Tony's visit to the doctor's office shows how to take care of eyes, ears, nose and mouth.

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Eat, Run and Live Healthy

Eat, Run and Live Healthy

by Karen W. Olson, illustrated by Marie-Micheline Hamelin
edition:Paperback
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age: 3 to 5
Grade: p to k
Reading age: 3 to 5
tagged : native canadian, daily activities

Nurse Ellen visits Annie Calf Robe's classroom. Through the use of Nurse Ellen's big, colorful pictures and fun activities, the children learn about the importance of healthy foods.

Written for children of all backgrounds, with colorful illustrations, this story shares the important message of healthy living.

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Caring For Me Series

Caring For Me Series

edited by Karen Olson
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This series was developed through consultations with health promotion workers and early childhood educators. There are six titles in the series that deal with issues such as healthy eating, safety, dealing with feelings and notions of respect. This series is appropriate for ages three to five, and the books have full-colour illustrations.

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Taking Care of Mother Earth

Taking Care of Mother Earth

by Leanne Flett Kruger, illustrated by Marie-Micheline Hamelin
edition:Paperback
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tagged : environmental conservation & protection

Charlie and Grandma are doing chores around the house. While doing the chores, Grandma shares loving stories with Charlie about how to take care of mother earth.

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Chuck in the City

Chuck in the City

by Jordan Wheeler, illustrated by Christopher Auchter
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
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age: 6 to 8
Grade: 1 to 3
Reading age: 6 to 8
tagged : humorous stories, stories in verse, native canadian

Chuck loves a good adventure. He proved that in Just a Walk. Now Chuck and his mom are heading to the city to visit his grandmother in her new condo. He knows he shouldn't wander off, but the lure of the lively city streets proves too much for a curious little boy to resist.

A rhythmic ebbing and flowing of words and phrases punctuates Chuck's excit …

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Following Nimishoomis

Following Nimishoomis

The Oral History Dediaayaanimanook Sarah Keesick Olsen
by Helen Agger
edition:Paperback
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Following Nimishoomis provides a detailed history of the Namegosibiing Trout Lake community in northwestern Ontario through the life story of Dedibaayaanimanook Sarah Keesick Olsen as told by her daughter. Namegosibiing was Dedibaayaanimanook's ancestral homeland where she was born in 1922 and where she gained firsthand knowledge about traditional …

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