Nokomis and I is the 2013 children's book from Ojibwe artist, author and storyteller Ferguson Plain. In this offering the author explores the meaning of Ojibwe identity and culture through the role of a grandmother or Nokomis engaging her grandchild with teachings about the circle of life, the role of all living beings, and the Seven Grandfather Teachings. This gentle story format introduces the youngest students to the ideas surrounding Ojibwe worldview and perspective. As grandmother and grandson walk in the woods, they notice a spider creating her web. From this beginning grandmother explains how we are connected and interrelated. Honouring, respecting, and thanking all creatures and life are part of this circle. This illustrated book offers primary students the opportunity to celebrate and give thanks for all creation. Highly recommended.