Pakwa Che Menisu (Wild Berries), hardcover ed

$16.95

First Nation Communities READ (FNCR) and Periodical Marketers of Canada (PMC) are pleased to announce jointly that: Wild Berries and Pakwa che Menisu published by Simply Read Books are the FNCR 2014-2015 title selection for year-long community reading.  Julie Flett, author - illustrator of Wild Berries and Pakwa che Menisu, is the first - time recipient of PMC’s new Aboriginal Literature Award.  There are two editions of this book by Julie Flett. Wild Berries is bilingual (English and n-dialect Cree or Swampy Cree from the Cumberland House area).

Price: $16.95

Wild Berries, hardcover ed

$23.75

First Nation Communities READ (FNCR) and Periodical Marketers of Canada (PMC) are pleased to announce jointly that: Wild Berries and Pakwa che Menisu published by Simply Read Books are the FNCR 2014-2015 title selection for year-long community reading.  Julie Flett, author-illustrator of Wild Berries and Pakwa che Menisu, is the first-time recipient of PMC’s new Aboriginal Literature Award.  There are two editions of this book by Julie Flett.  Wild Berries is bilingual (English and n-dialect Cree or Swampy Cree from the Cumberland House area).

Price: $23.75

Owls See Clearly at Night: A Michif Alphabet (Lii Yiiboo Nayaapiwak lii Swer: L'Alfabet Di Michif), hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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Lii Yiiboo Nayaapiwak lii Swer: L'Alfabet di Michif, Owls See Clearly at Night: A Michif Alphabet is the long-awaited children's picture book written and illustrated by Julie Flett, illustrator of Zoe and the Fawn. The author draws inspiration from her Métis heritage and has created a beautiful and engaging children's alphabet with a twist. All the letters are taken from words in the Michif language. The language developed as a combination of French and Cree or Ojibwe. This uniquely Canadian development does not contain the letters Q and X and the author/illustrator respects this fact.

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Lost Island, The, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher The Lost Island short story was originally published in Emily Pauline Johnson's Legends of Vancouver (1911). These stories were adapted by Pauline Johnson from the original legends and stories recounted by Chief Joe Capilano. This recent picture book, The Lost Island, combines watercolour images created by Bulgarian artist Atanas Matsoureff with the short story. The language of the original story remains unchanged.

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