UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Alfred Reading Series is an audiocassette based on the set of five readers designed for preschool to grade one children. Titles include Alfred's First Day at School (book 1), Alfred's Summer (book 2), The Big Storm (book 3), The Pow-wow (book 4) and Lisa and Sam (book 5). The series is written by Metis educator Darrell W. Pelletier. Stories are read in English and French.
Goodnight World is a 24-page board book made with recycled paper with soy-based ink and water-based coating from Native Northwest publishers. This board book is the opposite of the board book, Good morning World, and continues to reinforce worldview values of acknowledging the end of the day. In this simple format each of the animals, birds, and sea creatures say good night by dreaming, singing each other to sleep and various activities unique to each animal. Twenty-three Northwest Coast artists have contributed to this remarkable title but the book flows so well the viewer is unaware.
Good Morning World is a 24-page board book made with recycled paper with soy-based ink and water-based coating from Native Northwest publishers. Haisla and Heiltsuk artist Paul Windsor has created the colourful Northwest Coast art designed as the reader is introduced to the worldview of the people of the Pacific Northwest. The book begins with welcoming the sun that shines on the birds and butterflies.
Ojibway Animals is a 12-page board book made with recycled paper with soy-based ink and water-based coating from Native Northwest publishers. Ojibwe artist Jason Adair draws on teachings from his culture and is inspired by the Woodland x-ray art style in the creation of 11 animal and bird images. Eagles fly high above the trees and inspire vision and bring blessings. Turtles live on the land and on the water demonstrating their patience and wisdom. The artist notes that the animals' protective spirits and powers offer us important life lessons.
Counting on Snow is a captivating counting book that features the animals and birds of the Arctic. Counting down from 10 caribou crunching the artist and author brings a twist to this northern environment. The weather is clear when the reader meets the caribou. The next page shows the caribou again only in a changed configuration and then introduces the number 9 against an overcast sky. As the animals and birds are introduced the snowfall becomes more pronounced and finally one silent moose is mostly obscured by the heavy snowfall.
Hush, Baby, Hush!: Lullabies from Around the World is a picture book for young children that provides the lyrics for lullabies from 29 cultures around the world. The lyrics are provided in English and the original language for the bedtime song. The music for the songs is also provided. The cultures represented include Aboriginal people of Australia, Inuit, Wampanoag, Turkey, Iraq, Mexico, Hindi, Yoruba, Norway, Wales, Malawi, Spain, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, African American, Czech, Austria, Bangaladesh, Italy, France, Russia, Brazil, Hungary, Iran, Korea, Greece, and United Kingdom.
Learn the Alphabet with Northwest Coast Native Art is a 23-page board book from Native Northwest publishers. This unique title offers young children an introduction to the alphabet. The letters include the upper and lower cases for each. Each letter is depicted with the letters and a drawing of a Northwest Coast animal, natural feature or object. For example the Letter H is for hummingbird ; the letter T is represented by Totem. Each artist's contribution is recognized in this important title for young children.
Learn to Count with Northwest Coast Art is a 10-page board book from Native Northwest publishers. This unique title offers young children an introduction to counting from 1 to 10 using images of Northwest animals, birds, and fish. For example number one is represented by the design of a bear illustrated by Namgis artist Ryan Cranmer. And the number 10 shows 10 ravens drawn by Tsimshian artist Terry Starr. The publisher Native Northwest credits each image in their books with the artist's name and Nation. Each board book is printed using soy-based inks and non-toxic coatings.
Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Art is a 10-page board book made with recycled paper with soy-based ink and water-based coating and is published by Native Northwest publishing. The book introduces young children to the colour red, blue, yellow, green, purple, grey, brown, pink, orange, and white through the original art of artists from British Columbia. Each artist is identified by name and Nation. Their designs are simple and show a salmon, raven, bear, ladybug, bee, frog, the sun, owl, salmon, whale, and hummingbird in Northwest Coast art style. Highly recommended