Les Communautés Autochtones Canadiennes: LaCommunautés Ojibwee is the French language translation for Beech Street Books’ volume, Indigenous Communities in Canada: Ojibwe Community. This is an elementary level information book from Beech Street Books about the past and present-day culture and history of the Woodland people who call themselves Anishinaabeg, meaning “Original People”. They are also called Saulteaux in parts of Canada. They originally lived in the forests by the Great Lakes where their environment influenced the land and resources. This Nation created complex societies organized around the seasonal round of activities. The text uses colour images and simple content that introduces primary and junior level students to the family, cultural traditions, and daily life of these remarkable people. The book contains Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Glossary, For Further Information, Maps, Inquiry Questions, and Web Site references. Content consultant was Professor Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville, University of Northern British Columbia. Guided Reading Level: Q. French language translation is provided by Nathalie Thompson. Recommended.