Pocket Ojibwe: A Phrasebook for Nearly All Occasions is part of Mazinaate Press language guides series. This portable phrase book is aimed at Ojibwe language speakers. It is written by Ojibwe linguist Patricia M. Ningewance. The author uses the Lac Seul, Ontario dialect for the vocabulary. The guide is organized into everyday conversations of daily living such as at the airport; on the phone; visiting in the community; attending a conference; at school; at the store; at the hospital; in the courtroom; in the bush; attending a ceremony; and dealing with social workers.
Talking Gookom's Language: Learning Ojibwe is developed by Ojibwe language educator Patricia M. Ningewance. This 365-page guide is designed for high school and adult learners. Organized into 28 lessons, this book offers the beginner and the advanced language learner strategies for acquiring Ojibwe language. The book begins with the author's purpose for this book and supportive words for all Ojibwe language learners. The lesson begins with learning the sounds and classroom phrases.