Bridging Cultures: Indigenous and Scientific Ways of Knowing Culture written by Glen Aikenhead and Herman Mitchell addresses the need for environmental science and science educators to embrace traditional Indigenous knowledge in a straight-forward and accessible manner. Aikenhead is Professor Emeritus, University of Saskatchewan with an abiding interest in culture studies in science education, and Michell (Woodland Cree) is Director of the Northern Teacher Education Program at the Northern Professional Access College, La Ronge, Saskatchewan. Both authors bring their commitment and knowledge to this 196-page teacher resource that explains how all students can learn the best from Indigenous and scientific ways of understanding nature. The book is clearly laid-out and begins with reasons for placing Indigenous Knowledge in school science. Chapters 3 to 6 explore the key components of Eurocentric science and Indigenous Knowledge. Chapter 7 provides practical and concrete examples when comparing the two methods of knowing nature. The final chapter details classroom applications such as resources for teachers; Elder involvement; role models; student learning; instructional approaches; student assessment; and teacher expectations. Appendices include: a cross-cultural science unit; questions for reflection and discussion; websites; and recommended books about Indigenous worldviews. An index to this remarkable resource is provided. Highly recommended for all environmental and science teachers from elementary to post-secondary.