Parfois, je me sens seule / Sometimes I Feel Lonely, French, paperback ed.

$7.95

Parfois, je me sens seule / Sometimes I Feel Lonely, is a Level 9 French reader from the Nunavummi Reading Series and part of Inhabit Education's Social Emotional Learning Series. These books feature thoughtful, engaging stories that teach children aged 6-8 to identify and work with their emotions in healthy ways. Aqi has moved to a new community and does not have friends yet and then meet Vivi and they become good friends.

Price: $7.95

Parfois, je me sens nerveux / Sometimes I Feel Nervous, French, paperback ed.

$7.95

Parfois, je me sens nerveux / Sometimes I Feel Nervous, is a Level 9 French reader from the Nunavummi Reading Series and part of Inhabit Education's Social Emotional Learning Series. These books feature thoughtful, engaging stories that teach children aged 6-8 to identify and work with their emotions in healthy ways.

Price: $7.95

Parfois, je me sens en colère / Sometimes I Feel Angry, French, Paperback ed.

$7.95

Parfois, je me sens en colère / Sometimes I Feel Angry, is a Level 9 French reader from the Nunavummi Reading Series and part of Inhabit Education's Social Emotional Learning Series. These books feature thoughtful, engaging stories that teach children aged 6-8 to identify and work with their emotions in healthy ways. When Tui-tui's friends ask her to wait her turn in a game she becomes angry. It is calm and patient Miki who helps her talk about her feelings to deal with her anger.  Reading Level: 9 is a guide to early grade 2 reading level; Fountas & Pinnell Level: J.

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Histoires Fortes / Strong Stories, French, Series of 8, Paperback ed.

$79.65

Histoires Kanyen'keha:kas / Strong Stories published by Strong Nations Publishing is a set of eight small readers written by Mohawk educator Michelle Corneau. Each of the 16-page illustrated books covers key teachings and traditional stories about the Mohawk Nation.

Price: $79.65

Anishinabek Nation Colouring Book

$5.00

'Anishinabek Nation Colouring Book' begins with the preamble to the Anishinabek Nation Constitution adopted in 2011. There are clear illustrations and words to match in both Ojibwe and English -  the gift of spirituality, the gifts given to the Anishinabe to look after, the seven sacred gifts to guide them and more. A double page map of the regions is included. 

Price: $5.00

Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning Through Ceremony, paper ed

$26.00

Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning Through Ceremony developed and authored by father and daughter duo, Robert Davidson and Sara Florence Davidson, especially for educators as a Haida model of learning. This practical 80-page volume is an accessible professional learning guide for teacher candidates as well as seasoned educators. It seeks to promote inquiry-based learning as it provides an inclusive approach to delivering curriculum.

Price: $26.00

Neekna and Chemai, Paperback ed

$14.95

Neekna and Chemai first published by Theytus Books in 1984 was reprinted for the third time in 2018. Written by renowned Okanagan author and scholar Jeannette Armstrong with illustrations by Okanagan artist Barbara Marchand this book is designed to appeal to elementary level readers. Part story and picture book this title contains factual information about the Okanagan Nation prior to the contact period. Told from the perspective of two friends, Neekna and Chemai recount the seasonal rounds of their families living on the land in the British Columbia interior.

Price: $14.95

Putuguq and Kublu and the Qalupalik!, paper ed

$6.95

Putuguq and Kublu and the Qalupalik! is the second installment in Inhabit Media’s Putuguq and Kublu series for emergent readers. This humour-filled story is both informational as well as a beginning reader for students told in a colourful graphic novel style. Brother and older sister, Putuguq and Kublu, must decide to heed their grandfather’s scary story warning the pair to be cautious while exploring the Arctic shoreline or is grandfather just making up this tale.

Price: $6.95

Takannaaluk, hardcover ed

$16.95

Takannaaluk is a 32-page bilingual picture book written by Inuk Elder Herve Paniaq and illustrated by renowned Inuk artist Germaine Arnaktauyok published by Inhabit Media. In this Inuit creation story, storyteller and artist combine their remarkable talents to recount the origin of Arctic sea mammals and explains how the mother of these mammals is highly respected.  Takannaaluk means the one down there is a term used in the High Arctic to refer to the mother of sea mammals, the most important being in Inuit worldview.

Price: $16.95

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