In T is for Territories: A Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut Alphabet, acclaimed storyteller Michael Kusugak gives an A-Z tour of Canada's three territories, the northern region of the country that is a giant in size, history, and cultures. Young readers learn about the Arctic Winter Games with sports such as the one-foot high-kick, listen to world-renowned storytellers at Whitehorse's International Storytelling Festival, or experience Wood Buffalo National Park where sometimes visitors have to stop and wait for wildlife to get out of the way.
UNAVAILABLE D is for Drum: A Native American Alphabet is a general alphabet book for children just learning their ABCs and older readers who want interesting facts about Native American cultures. Each letter of the alphabet focuses on one aspect of traditional Native American culture. A simple poem explains the importance of the object to Native People. A lengthier paragraph appears as a sidebar and provides more detail about the item. For example, the letter L refers to lacrosse and the letter N represents the importance of names.