Colouring it Forward - Discover Northern Dene Nation Art & Wisdom by Diana Frost, on Northern Dene ancestral knowledge shared by the late Dene elder George Blondin and the Chipewyan Dene artwork by Michael Fatt and beautiful Gwich'in Dene art by Christiana Latham. The video link of this book is available at: https://youtu.be/DSMlQjVxeLk
The Colouring It Forward - Cree Nation Art & Wisdom Colouring Book by Diana Frost, Algonquin Métis, features the beautiful art created by Cree artists Sam Bighetty and Delree Dumont as well as teachings and stories from Elder, John Sinclair. The video link to this book is available at: https://youtu.be/xR9g5ukNlvM
Colouring It Forward – Découvrez l’Art et la Sagesse des Pieds-Noirs est plus qu’un simple livre à colorier. Ce livre contient des œuvres d’art authentiques de la nation Pieds-Noirs ainsi que des enseignements d’un ancien de la nation Pieds-Noirs. C’est le premier ouvrage d’une série de livres. Chaque livre mettra l’accent sur l’art et les enseignements d’une nation autochtone différente. Pour ce premier ouvrage, j’ai eu le privilège de travailler avec Camille Pablo Russell, ancien de la nation Pieds-Noirs, qui a généreusement accepté de partager avec moi sa sagesse traditionnelle.
Colouring It Forward -- Discover Blackfoot Nation Art and Wisdom by Diana Frost, Algonquin Métis, is more than just a colouring book. It contains authentic artwork from Blackfoot artists and teachings from the Blackfoot culture by a Blackfoot elder. In this book Diana Frost has had the privilege of working with Blackfoot Elder Camille Pablo Russell to gather traditional wisdom and with Blackfoot artists Kalum Teke Dan and Ryan Jason Allen Willertt.
In this journal, Diana Frost invites you to discover the beauty of Indigenous artwork from various artists across Canada, to learn traditional teachings from John Sinclair, while having the space to meditate, write and create, and knowing that you are supporting Indigenous community projects.
Devil in the Woods, by D.A. Lockhart of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation, is a series of letter and prayer fictional and real poems addressed to Canadian figures. The 69 poems are addressed to Shawn Atleo, Pierre Berton, Steve Wojeck, Margaret Atwood, Sarah Polley, K.D. Lang, Robertson Davies, and Don Cherry, among others, making these poems personal, conversational, approachable and capturing voice.
I'm Finding My Talk by Rebecca Thomas (Mi’kmaw) is a response poem to I Lost My Talk, which is one of Rita Joe's most influential poems and tells this Mi'kmaw Elder's story of losing her Mi’kmaw language while at residential school in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. The vivid and colour illustrations are by Mi'kmaw artist Pauline Young and compliment the poem beautifully again.
The McDonalds: The Lives & Legends of a Kaska Dena Family by Allison Tubman (Kaska Dena) is a photography book with accompanying text of The McDonalds from the northeast region of British Columbia. This book chronicles the McDonalds family in photos and stories contributed by family and friends, organizations, business owners, and historical societies. First Nation bands and Chiefs and Councils have also contributed to the success of this book. The McDonalds is a chronology of the lives of Old Man Sean McDonald and Ah-Soo and their fourteen children.
Tipiskawi Kisik: Night Sky Star Stories was researched and published by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre in 2018. Author and Cree Knowledge Keeper, Wilfred Buck from the Opaskwayay Cree Nation, works for Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre as a science facilitator and educator. The eight traditional stories included in this 25-page book offer students and teachers oral accounts and perspectives about Cree stars and constellations.