Sioux Code Talkers of World War II, hardcover ed 2018 FNCR

$23.45

Sioux Code Talkers of World War II researched and written by Andrea M Page the grand niece of John Bear King, one of seven Lakota speakers who served as the Lakota Code Talkers under General MacArthur following the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.  Much is known about men from the Navajo Nation who served the American war effort as Navajo Code Talkers but little is known about these Lakota warriors. Following over twenty years of interest and research the author has created a fascinating account of these remarkable soldiers and their accomplishments.

Price: $23.45

Ojibwe Teachings: Words, Phrases and Puzzles, paper ed

$19.95

Ojibwe Teachings: Words, Phrases and Puzzles is a 29-page dictionary and puzzle book from Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre compiled by Mary Anne Maytwayashing. The book contains word lists such as numbers, seasons, time, weather terms, birds, fish, four directions, clothing, schools, feelings, food, household items, family, medicine, verbs and actions, conversation and more. Puzzles include word searches and answers based on words appearing in the word list section.

Price: $19.95

Carey Price: How a First Nations Kid Became a Superstar Goaltender, paper ed

$12.95

Carey Price: How a First Nations Kid Became a Superstar Goaltender is a young adult novel from the Record Books Series from James Lorimer Publishers. This high interest and low vocabulary title is aimed at reluctant teen readers whose reading is at a grades 3 and 4 level. Recordbooks are non-fiction stories that help reluctant readers understand history and social issues through the lens of the true story of a sports hero.

Price: $12.95

Struggling With My Soul, paper ed 2018 FNCR

$16.95

Struggling With My Soul is a 100-page reader developed by Mamu Tshishkutamashutau Innu Education and Boulder Publications about the Innu Nation of Labrador as seen through the eyes of Innu leader George Rich. George Rich was born in Nain in 1962. His early childhood was spent in the interior of Labrador, primarily in the area around Border Beacon. As a boy, George travelled with his parents throughout the northern areas of the Innu territories inland from Utshimassit.

Price: $16.95

Sockeye Mother, The, hardcover ed 2018 FNCR

$23.00
The Sockeye Mother is a unique non-fiction picture book about a key food resource vital for the Gitxsan people and their Northwest Coast environment.  Author Hetxw’ms Gyetxw (Brett D Huson)  from the Gitxsan Nation  and Metis illustrator Natasha Donovan combine their skills in the creation of an informative, lyrical, and engaging read about the environment and life cycle where sockeye salmon live out their lives.
Price: $23.00

The Journey Forward: Novellas on Reconciliation, Lucy & Lola and When We Play Our Drums, They Sing! paper ed

$13.99

The Journey Forward: Novellas on Reconciliation, Lucy & Lola and When We Play Our Drums, They Sing! is a unique flip book published by McKellar and Martin publishers. Printed as one book the two novellas address the issues surrounding residential schools, foster care (60s scoop), Truth, Reconciliation and what this means for students from grades five to eight.

Price: $13.99

Turtle Island: The Story of North America's First People, paper ed

$16.95

Turtle Island: The Story of North America's First People is a 116-page volume detailing the traditional stories about Turtle Island combined with scientific research about the early history and cultures of Indigenous North America. Eldon Yellowhorn, Piikani scholar, and Kathy Lowinger, children's author and publisher, offers a unique approach for the general reader and secondary students learning about First Nations. In nine chapters the book uses art, maps, and readable text about the life and cultures prior to European contact.

Price: $16.95

Welcome Family and Friends to Our Bighouse and Our Kwakwa̲ka̲'wakw Potlatch, paper ed

$21.95

Welcome Family and Friends to Our Bighouse and Our Kwakwa_ka_'wakw Potlatch is a 92-page illustrated book published by Raven Publishing told from the perspective  of a twelve-year old who explains the traditions and history of the Kwakwa_ka_'wakw potlatch.

Price: $21.95

Little Butterfly Girl: An Indian Residential School Story, 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

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