Fisher Finds the Bag of Summer, paper ed

$19.95

Fisher Finds the Bag of Summer by David Alexander Robertson and illustrated by Amber Green, is a story about Warren who has a dream about an unending winter, with animals teaming up to search for the lost bag of summer and all under a blanket of stars. Just as in the Anishinaabe and Ininew legend, Fisher, a brave hunter, is chosen to bring the bag of summer back to their home. But will he find the bag in time, or will the summer animals ruin his plans to bring warmth to the northern lands?

Price: $19.95

Asboodashkoonishiinh Egaagiitaawbiza / The Dragonfly Who Flies in Circles, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Asboodashkoonishiinh Egaagiitaawbiza / The Dragonfly Who Flies in Circles with artwork and story by Brita Vija Brookes, has been translated by Isadore Toulouse from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve,  and Shirley Ida Williams, Migizi ow-kwe,That Eagle Woman, who is a member of the Bird Clan of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations of Canada. This picture book follows the story of dragonfly who is born in the pond. Does the dragonfly return home again? Dragonflies rise from the world of water to fly in the air.

Price: $28.00

Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden is a colorful storybook in Ojibwe and English. The artwork is by Arthur McBain. The story is by Brita Vija Brookes, and translated by Isadore Toulouse from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve,  and Shirley Ida Williams, Migizi ow-kwe, That Eagle Woman, who is a member of the Bird Clan of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations of Canada. Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden follows the adventures of Bear in the Northwoods. In this story it’s Spring in North Ontario and Bear decides to plant a garden. Follow Bear on his adventure.

Price: $28.00

Zhooshkwaadekamigad Giiwedinoong-Mitigwaakiing / Hockey in the Northwoods, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Zhooshkwaadekamigad Giiwedinoong-Mitigwaakiing/ Hockey in the Northwoods is a story in Ojibwe and English by Brita Vija Brookes and translated by Isadore Toulouse from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve,  and Shirley Ida Williams, Migizi ow-kwe,That Eagle Woman, who is a member of the Bird Clan of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations of Canada. The artwork by Arthur McBain. In this colourful storybook, Bear wakes up to a noise in the woods outside his winter den. What is it? It's a hockey game!

Price: $28.00

Wiigwaas Minawaa Nichiiwak / Birchbark and Storm, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Wiigwaas Minawaa Nichiiwak / Birchbark and Storm is a story by Brita Vija Brookes and translated by Albert Owl (Sagamok Anishinaabek). The artwork is by Rachel Mae Dennis (Haudenosaunee/Latino).  Wiigwaas Minawaa Nichiiwak / Birchbark and Storm follows the adventure of two kittens, Birchbark and Storm, as they venture out into the garden. Follow them as they wake up and leave mother to explore the garden. A story about exploring the world all the while within mom’s gaze.

Price: $28.00

Ayana Ogiigoonnke / Ayana Goes Fishing, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Ayana Ogiigoonnke / Ayana Goes Fishing, is a story by Brita Vija Brookes and translated by Albert Owl (Sagamok Anishinaabek) with artwork by Rachel Mae Dennis (Haudenosaunee/Latino). In Ayana Goes Fishing follow Ayana as she asks her father to teach her how to fish. Ayana collects the equipment, digs up worms, learns how to cast and catches her first fish. An Ojibwe and English full color storybook that is great for teaching beginner Ojibwe language.
 

Price: $28.00

Mina-waasige miinwaa Goon / Sunny and the Snow, Ojibwe and English, paper ed.

$28.00

Mina-waasige miinwaa Goon / Sunny and the Snow is a story by Brita Vija Brookes with artwork by Rachel Mae Dennis, Haudenosaaunne/Latino, and translated by Isadore Toulouse from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve,  and Shirley Ida Williams, Migizi ow-kwe,That Eagle Woman, who is a member of the Bird Clan of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations of Canada. In Sunny and the Snow, Sunny the horse leads his community through the snowstorm with help from his Elders despite his fear of ice and cold. Follow Sunny on a quest to learn how to walk and run on the snow.

Price: $28.00

Dancers, The, paper ed.

$15.40

The Dancers by Thomas Peacock, a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe and illustrated by Jacqueline Paske Gill, is a heart-warming story about a young Native girl, her mother, and a very special auntie. It is also a story of wisdom and triumph, of being strong, and of dancing with your heart.

Price: $15.40

The Sasquatch, the Fire and the Cedar Baskets, paper ed.

$14.95

The Sasquatch, the Fire and the Cedar Baskets by Joseph Dandurand, a member of Kwantlen First Nation located on the Fraser River and illustrated by Simon Daniel James, an Indigenous artist from the Mamalilikulla/Kwicksutaineuk clans from the Kwakwaka’wakw nation, is told with grace and simplicity by a master storyteller in the great tradition of the Kwantlen people and accompanied by whimsical illustrations from this Kwakwaka’wakw artist. “Deep in the thickest part of a cedar forest there lived a young Sasquatch. He was over nine feet tall and his feet were about size twenty.

Price: $14.95

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