kwu?c'?xw?ntim t?l stunx isck'wuls / Lessons From Beaver's Work, Dual Language nsyilxcən and English, paperback ed.

$15.95

kwu?c'?xw?ntim t?l stunx isck'wuls / Lessons From Beaver’s Work is a dual language children's book by Harron Hall, Syilx and Nla'kapamuc Nations; and illustrated by Bill Cohen of Okanagan Nation. This book, in English and nsyilxcən, teaches children through storytelling to hold reverence for all life forms. The book depicts a conflict between Tapit, a rancher, and stunx (beaver), as they both try to meet their water needs. The touching humanity of stunx (Beaver) softens Tapit’s outlook, as he reminds Tapit that he is not the only one that depends on water. 

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Le Cercle de Partage, paper ed. French

$16.99

Le Cercle de Partage or The Sharing Circle, is a picture story book in French by Theresa "Corky" Larsen-Jonasson, a  proud Cree/Danish Metis Elder with roots in Red Deer and Maskwacis First Nations. The text is illustrated by Jessika Von Innerebner and edited by Allison Parker. In The Sharing Circle, two red foxes have an argument, which threatens to break apart their community. It is then that a gentle buffalo decides to take a braid of sweetgrass to a local elder and asks her to help with a sharing circle for all the animals.

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The Sharing Circle, paper ed.

$16.99

The Sharing Circle is a picture story book by Theresa "Corky" Larsen-Jonasson, a  proud Cree/Danish Metis Elder with roots in Red Deer and Maskwacis First Nations. The text is illustrated by Jessika Von Innerebner and edited by Allison Parker. In The Sharing Circle, two red foxes have an argument, which threatens to break apart their community. It is then that a gentle buffalo decides to take a braid of sweetgrass to a local elder and asks her to help with a sharing circle for all the animals.

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Spirit Bear: Echoes of the Past, paper ed.

$15.00

Spirit Bear: Echoes of the Past is a picture book in the Spirit Bear series written by Order of Canada recipient Cindy Blackstock (Gitxsan Nation) and illustrated by Spotted Fawn Productions (SFP) founded in 2010 and incorporated in 2014 by Michif Owner/Director/Producer Amanda Strong. For the past 13 years, Spirit Bear has been working hard to make sure First Nations children get the help they need when they need it so they can grow up safely with their families, get a good education, and be healthy and proud of who they are. It’s been a long journey, and Spirit Bear needs a vacation!

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Weenipeeg, paper ed

$19.95

Weenipeeg by Elder Bill Ballantyne, Nicole Marie Burton and the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre is a children's story carried on by Elder Bill Ballantyne. Weenipeeg, recounts the gripping true events that led to Winnipeg receiving its name. The name Weenipeeg (or Winnipeg) is known to mean dirty water. But how did it get that name? Weenipeeg is a journey story at its heart and this beautifully illustrated book will have you on the edge of your seat, while it shares important traditional knowledge.
 

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Nijiikendam / My Heart Fills With Happiness, Anishinaabemowin and English, hardcover ed. Forthcoming 2021.

$19.95

Nijiikendam / My Heart Fills With Happiness, is a dual language picture book in English and Anishinaabemowin. It is written by award-winning author Monique Gray-Smith, of Cree, Lakota, and Scottish origin; illustrated by Julie Flett (Métis);  and translated by Angela Mesic, Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe), and Margaret Noodin of Anishinaabe descent. This early childhood title brings joy and happiness to all families who read and celebrate this book for toddlers and young children.

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J'ai le cœur rempli de bonheur / My Heart Fills with Happiness, French, hardcover ed.

$19.95

J'ai le cœur rempli de bonheur, is the French version of My Heart Fills With Happiness. J'ai le cœur rempli de bonheur  / My Heart Fills with Happiness, is written by award-winning author Monique Gray-Smith, of Cree, Lakota, and Scottish origin. The book was translated by Rachel Martinez. This early childhood title brings joy and happiness to all families who read and celebrate this book for toddlers and young children.

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Takoza - Walks With The Blue Moon Girl, paper ed.

$16.75

Takoza: Walks With the Blue Moon Girl by Tara Perron, Dakota/Ojibwe and illustrated by Alicia Schwab, is an endearing, lyrical illustrated children’s story about a young Dakota girl, walks with the blue moon girl, and her Zunzi (grandmother). The grandmother teaches her, Takoza (granddaughter), through story while making star quilts, and planting and caring for a garden.
 
 
 

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Grasshopper Girl, paper ed.

$14.00

Grasshopper Girl is written by Teresa Peterson, Dakota from the Upper Sioux Community and illustrated by Jordan Rodgers, Lakota. In Grasshopper Girl, young Psipsi is sick in bed. What will make her feel better? An Unktomi trickster story from her father lulls her to sleep. "Unktomi stories have been shared in Dakota families and communities for a very long time. This tradition continued into the childhood of my mother's generation. Depending upon location and community, variations of this Unktomi story have been told.

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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.

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