The Truth About Nibbles is a Families-Read-Together format book developed by Ningwakwe Learning Press to encourage family literacy. Written by well-known author Lenore Keeshig-Tobias this book offers parents, caregivers, educators an opportunity to read aloud to children. The dual text offers opportunities for the child to read text designed for their reading level LBS level 2 and the smaller font text is designed for adult literacy reading in LBS level 5. The story revolves around a student classroom and their pet hamster named Nibbles.
Story Basket Two is a primary level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students at the grade two reading level. The reader contains three illustrated stories. The Hungry Mink incorporates a traditional Cree story told by Victoria Beardy. This story teaches the consequences of being too greedy. Artist Michael Robinson illustrates this story in his distinctive style. Lenore Keeshig-Tobias wrote the story, A Dancer Can Wear One, Too. In this story two friends love to fancy dance with their shawls.