La Grande Paix Kayaneren'ko:wa (The Great Law), paper ed

$14.95

La Grande Paix Kayaneren'ko:wa (The Great Law) inspired by the Haudenosaunee Great Law of Peace has just been published by Les Editions Des Plaines. This dual language (Mohawk and French) title was first written in rhyming fashion in Mohawk and English by David Bouchard with the assistance of Raymond Skye and Frank Miller. This version of the Great Law takes its rhyming scheme from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1855 poem, The Song of Hiawatha (a misappropriated name Longfellow attached to his borrowed character).

Price: $14.95

Great Law Kayaneren'ko:wa, The, hardcover ed 2017 FNCR

$21.95

The Great Law Kayaneren'ko:wa inspired by the Haudenosaunee Great Law of Peace has just been published by Métis author David Bouchard's publishing company, MTW Publishers. This narrative poetry version of the Great Law of Peace is told through the words of Bouchard and accompanied by Tuscarora artist Raymond Skye's compelling artwork. This bilingual (Mohawk and English) version of the Great Law takes its rhyming scheme from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1855 poem, The Song of Hiawatha (a misappropriated name Longfellow attached to his borrowed character).

Price: $21.95

Frybread (Mohawk) Tekarihstoyen, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Frybread Tekarihstoyen is the Mohawk translation of Ojibwe storyteller Ferguson Plain's small picture book that explains how to make frybread. Dakota is having his lunch and other children wonder why his lunch is different from their lunches. Dakota explains in a question and answer format how he has come to school with his sandwich bread called frybread. He tells the others that his grandmother made his special lunch bread. The other children want to know how she made it, where the ingredients came from, how she cooked the dough and so on.

Price: $15.95

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