Nuttah & Kitchi: National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration!, e-book

$14.99

Nuttah & Kitchi: National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration! is written by Sandra Samatte, educator/author from Skownan First Nation, Treaty 2 Territory, and illustrated and designed by Julian Grafenauer, Ojibwe, from Rolling River First Nation, Treaty 4 Territory. National Indigenous Peoples Day is held on June  21st to honour and celebrate Canada’s First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people, and to recognize the important achievements and contributions they have made. Join Nuttah & Kitchi from Skownan First Nation as they celebrate National Indigenous Peoples  Day. 
 

Price: $14.99

Fighter in Velvet Gloves: Alaska Civil Rights Hero Elizabeth Peratrovich, paper ed.

$23.75

Fighter in Velvet Gloves: Alaska Civil Rights Hero Elizabeth Peratrovich, is the story of how Elizabeth Peratrovich came to give a speech that helped Alaska lead all of America in the battle for civil rights. This book is written by Annie Boochever in consultation with Elizabeth Peratrovich’s eldest son, Roy Peratrovich, Jr.(Tlingit) who read and edited each revision of his mother’s story.

Price: $23.75

Dreaming in Color, paper ed.

$10.95

Dreaming in Color by Melanie Florence, of Cree and Scottish heritage, is a story about Jennifer McCaffrey. Jennifer or Jen has been working hard on her art for years and is thrilled when she is accepted to a prestigious art school. The school is everything she always thought it would be, mostly. There is one group of kids who seem to resent her and say she only got in because of her skin color. Jen knows she deserves to be there.

Price: $10.95

The Wolf's Trail: An Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves, paper ed.

$23.75

The Wolf ’s Trail, an Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves by Thomas D. Peacock, a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Anishinaabe Ojibwe, tells  the story of Zhi-Shay, an elder wolf, and a litter of young wolves living somewhere on the side of a hill overlooking the river that flows through Nagahchiwangong in Northern Minnesota. Zhi-Shay, who knows the whole story of the parallel relationship between wolves and the Ojibwe going all the way back to the beginning, sharing it with his nieces and nephews, and us.

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The Barren Grounds: The Misewa Saga, Book 1, HC

$21.99

The Barren Grounds: The Misewa Saga, is the first book in this epic middle grade fantasy series by author David Alexander Robertson, a member of Norway House Cree Nation. In The Barren Grounds Narnia meets traditional Indigenous stories of the sky and constellations. Morgan and Eli, two Indigenous children forced away from their families and communities, are brought together in a foster home in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Memengwans-kwens: Enji Naagide'Enmindwaa Anishinaabe-Binoojiin-kinoomaage-Gamigoong Dibaajimowin / Little Butterfly Girl, paper ed.

$15.00

Little Butterfly Girl: An Indian Residential School Story is a picture book produced by the Union of Ontario Indians based on an original account by Jenny Restoule-Mallozzi. With original colour illustrations by Donald Chretien, this story recounts the experiences of an Ojibwe child forced to attend residential school.  The tragic account is brought full-circle when Mary begins her healing journey with encouragement from her family.

Price: $15.00

Unikaangit: Legendes Inuites, French

$19.00

Créé dans le cadre d’un projet de Fusion Jeunesse au Nunavik et réalisé par Anorak Studio, ce recueil de sept légendes présente des oeuvres dessinées en partie par des élèves de l’école Innalik d’Inukjuak. Histoires porteuses de sens pour les uns, amusantes ou effrayantes pour les autres, ces légendes sont l’ancrage de la culture inuite, transmise d’une génération à l’autre par la tradition orale.

 

Price: $19.00

How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice, hardcover ed.

$18.95

How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice is written by Serapio Ittusardjuat who was born in a Qarmaq at Akunniq;  and illustrated by Matthew Hoddy. How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice is the harrowing first-person account of Serapio Ittusardjuat's four nights spent on the open sea ice. He had few supplies and no water. This story shows courage, strength and patience as he recounts the traditional knowledge and skills that kept him alive after his snowmobile broke down halfway across the sea ice on a trip back from a fishing camp. There are notes on Inuktitut pronunciation. 

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Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies, A, hardcover ed.

$16.95

A Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies is a 38-page illustrated information book about the difference between a butterfly and a moth, the anatomy of the butterfly, life cycle, and 12 butterflies of the several dozens found on the tundra of the North American Arctic. This book references staying warm in the Arctic and what butterflies do in winter. The 12 butterflies are: the Palaeno Sulphur, Labrador Sulphur, Hegla Sulphur, American Copper, Arctic Blue, Cranberry Blue, Frigga Fritillary, Dingy Fritillary, Ross's Alpine, Banded Alpine, Polixenes Arctic and Compton Tortoiseshell.

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Surviving the City: From the Roots Up; Vol. 2, paper ed.

$19.95

From the Roots Up is the second volume in the Surviving the City series by Tasha Spillett-Sumner (she/her/hers who draws her strength from both her Nehiyaw and Trinidadian bloodlines, and illustrated by Natasha Donovan (she/her/hers) a self-taught illustrator from Vancouver, British Columbia. In From the Roots Up, Dez and Miikwan’s stories continue. Dez’s grandmother has passed away. Grieving, and with nowhere else to go, she’s living in a group home.

Price: $19.95

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