Suquamish Coloring Book: Legend of the Basket Ogress is much more than a colouring book. The author, Peg Deam, is a Suquamish Tribal member of the Port Madison Reservation, Washington. The introductory notes explain that despite attending a US government boarding school she has retained her Salish cultural heritage. Her reservation is located in the Puget Sound where members of her community retain their language. The 30-page book retells a traditional Suquamish legend in English with coloring book illustrations and Puget Salish language translations. This cautionary story involves two children who disobey their grandmother as their play along the beach takes them farther from her. The children find interesting things along the shore but suddenly see the Basket Ogress. This mean woman likes to capture and eat disobedient children. The children devise a plan to escape the Basket Ogress but the results are the release of many annoying mosquitoes. The story is set in the recent past and one of the characters in the illustrations wears glasses. The author provides a Salish pronunciation guide at the beginning of the book. Each page of illustration has English and Salish text. A great resource for anyone learning Puget Salish.