M'daa Kendaaswin To Look for Knowledge: Anishinaabe Men's Teachings is a 2012 Ningwakwe Learning Press publication designed specifically for Ontario Native adult literacy learners and practitioners. This accessible 36-page book offers senior elementary and high school students an accurate overview of about the Seven Grandfather Traditional Teachings. Ojibwe author Vernon Roote has worked with Cindy Davidson to present a precise overview of what it means to be an Anishinaabe man in contemporary society. Organized into 7 chapters, the book introduces readers to the Seven Grandfather Teachings with anecdotes from the life of Vernon Roote along with Vernon's interpretation of the Teaching. Each chapter has a simple checklist for readers to follow through their life cycle as a young boy, a teen, and an adult man. The chapters include: Being a Man on the Good Red Road; Being a Loving Man, Being an Honest Man; Being a Responsible Man; Being a Healthy Man; Being a Brave Man; and Being a Humble and Wise Man. The book includes a Foreword by journalist Wab Kinew. Black and white photographs are included throughout the book. Highly Recommended.