Huron: Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture is one of the titles in the Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture series published by Weigl Educational Publishers. This volume written by Christine Webster describes the cultural history of the Huron also known as the Wendat, the people of the Woodland cultural region who live within Southern Ontario, Southern Quebec, Oklahoma, Michigan and Kansas. Originally the Wendat flourished in the areas around Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay in Ontario and the St. Lawrence Valley in Quebec. This volume follows the structure of the other volumes of the series and features two-page spreads about The People, homes, communities, clothing, food, tools and weapons, religion, ceremonies and celebrations, music and dance, language and storytelling, art, and the winter game called snow snake. This book features contemporary Wendat artist Christine Sioui. The final section introduces students to how archaeologists study the past history of a people. Using colour photographs, a map and a few archival images, the book explores the past and present of these resourceful communities. Brief information boxes focus on moosehair embroidery, travelling, government, wampum, and contemporary living. One odd inclusion is a recipe for Honey-Apple Chicken with instructions. The art activity shows students how to make a clay pot. The book also contains a glossary of terms, and a timeline. Recommended for elementary Social Studies.