Nokomis and I, paper ed

$10.95

Nokomis and I is the 2013 children's book from Ojibwe artist, author and storyteller Ferguson Plain. In this offering the author explores the meaning of Ojibwe identity and culture through the role of a grandmother or Nokomis engaging her grandchild with teachings about the circle of life, the role of all living beings, and the Seven Grandfather Teachings. This gentle story format introduces the youngest students to the ideas surrounding Ojibwe worldview and perspective. As grandmother and grandson walk in the woods, they notice a spider creating her web.

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La banique de Dakota (Frybread), paper ed, ,OUT OF PRINT

$15.95

La banique de Dakota is the French 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.

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Frybread (Inuk), paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$0.00

Frybread written in Inuktitut syllabics is a 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.

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Frybread (Cree), paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Frybread written in Cree syllabics is the Cree 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.

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Frybread (Oji-Cree), paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Frybread written in Oji-Cree syllabics is a 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

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.

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Frybread (Ojibwe) Zaasgokwaadeg Bkwezhigan, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Frybread Zaasgokwaadeg Bkwezhigan is the Ojibwe 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.

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Frybread, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Frybread written by Ojibwe storyteller Ferguson Plain is a 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. The final question is where did the lunch meat come from?

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Potato Soup, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$24.95

Potato Soup is one of a series of children's picture books by Ojibwe artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this book, the author weaves humour and a legend into the story that features an older man and a youth. The pair enjoys the Elder's potato soup (pinaaboo) as the storyteller tells the one about trickster Nanaboozho and the rabbit. Finding food is important to Nanaboozho as he walks around the earth. He hears disturbing sounds and realizes that his stomach is growling for food. With only his drum and drum stick he plays songs for the creatures of the forest.

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Eagle Feather: An Honour, 6th printing

$8.95

Eagle Feather: An Honour is one of popular children's picture books by Ojibwa artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this story about a young boy and his Mishomis (grandfather), the author presents the reader with a moving story that explains the significance of the eagle feather in Ojibwe culture. The young boy grows up listening to his grandfather's teaching and stories. The boy learns about plants as medicines, camping, traditional songs, values, and lessons from the environment. As summer approaches, the boy's grandmother completes his Powwow outfit.

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