Haudenoshone: Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts is a 2012 Ningwakwe Learning Press publication designed specifically for Ontario Native adult literacy learners and practitioners. This accessible 59-page book offers senior elementary and high school students an accurate account of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address in English. It provides specific examples of art pieces known as cornhusk mats, moccasins, and ash splint basketry to highlight the importance of acknowledging various aspects of creation. The Thanksgiving Address begins the book in a narrative fashion with appropriate colour photographs of each element such as corn, trees, grasses, and water. The remaining chapters provide step-by-step instruction for creating fine art pieces such as moccasins, cornhusk mats, cradleboard, and ash splint baskets inspired by creation. The corn husk dolls featured in this book were made by internationally recognized artist Elizabeth Doxtater. These pieces are part of her larger work, The Peacemaker's Journey. Her moving poem, The Good Mind, captures the essence of her amazing work. Throughout the book, author Jameson C. Brant has selected colour illustrations created by Ernest Smith from the collection of the Rochester Museum. This is an excellent resource explaining Haudenosaunee worldview, as well as a how-to guide for several art projects. Highly recommended.