Grandfather Drum OUT OF PRINT

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Grandfather Drum is one of a series of children's picture books by Ojibwa artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this book, the author tells a story within a story. The book begins as the narrator, a young boy, describes how his grandfather tells stories. He explains the protocol for telling stories and how his grandfather uses the drum in storytelling. Respect for the drum is always shown and grandfather uses sweetgrass to smudge the drum. One of the boy's favourite stories is about the Great White Owl and Nanaboozhoo, the Ojibwa teacher.

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Rolly's Bear OUT OF PRINT

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Rolly's Bear is fifth in a series of children's picture books by Ojibwa artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this book, the author tells a humourous tall tale story about an Ojibwa Elder, Ol' Rolly. Ol' Rolly goes for a walk every morning to the Community Administration Building. The narrator is a young boy who sees Ol' Rolly walk by his house each day. This young boy enjoys hearing Ol' Rolly tell stories about the past and often visits his friend. This story is about a bear hunt and how Ol' Rolly supposedly shot the bear.

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Little White Cabin, 2nd printing UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is unavailable from the publisher. Little White Cabin is one of a series of children's picture books by Ojibwa artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this book, the author tells the story of a young boy who becomes friends with an Elder. As he gets to know the Elder, they take walks in the woods and during these walks the Elder passes on traditional knowledge. The Elder often tells stories to the boy and the boy helps the Elder with chores. Once while they are walking in the woods, the Elder gives the boy a gift of sweetgrass and explains its importance.

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Amikoonse (Little Beaver), 2nd printing UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available through GoodMinds.com Amikoonse (Little Beaver) is one of a series of children's picture books by Ojibwa artist and writer Ferguson Plain. In this book, the author tells the story of Amikoonse, meaning Little Beaver, and his struggle to discover his true identity. Amikoonse lives with his friend in a house and he follows the little boy everywhere. In fact, the boy gave the beaver the name, Amikoonse. One day Amikoonse leaves the comfortable home of his friend and goes exploring in the bush.

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