Story Circle Three: A Gift From Nokomis and Other Stories

$14.95

Story Circle Three: A Gift from Nokomis and Other Stories is a grade three reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. The text contains four stories with illustrations by First Nations artists. The traditional stories are adapted from original texts and rewritten specifically for First Nations students. The stories include A Gift from Nokomis (origin of maple sugar), Nanabush and the Rude Eagle, How Chickadees Came To Be, and The Ballad of Willy Dale.

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Kou-Skelowh/We Are The People: A Trilogy of Okanagan Legends, revised ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Kou-Skelowh/We Are The People: A Trilogy of Okanagan Legends reintroduces in a single text three traditional stories in this revised reissue of How Food Was Given, How Names Were Given, and How Turtle Set the Animals Free. First published in 1984 as separate books, this trilogy of Okanagan stories contains time-honoured lessons for children - the values of respect and sharing. How Food Was Given tells the story of the animals and plants and their decision to give themselves as food for the people.

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Story Basket Three

$14.95

Story Basket Three is a primary level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. The text contains three stories with illustrations by First Nations artists. The stories are adapted specifically for First Nations students. The stories include an adaptation of the traditional Cree legend about Wee-sa-kay-jac and Kitchi-Assin; a contemporary story about a young girl who travels by small plane to attend a family wedding in another First Nation's community, and a story about hunting moose.

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Return of the Travelling Star, The OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher The Return of the Travelling Star is produced by Ganohkwa Sra Family Assault Support Services, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. Written by Sandra Montour, Return of the Travelling Star is a culturally appropriate story designed to show adolescents there are healthy and respectful ways of social interaction. The story is based on the Iroquois understanding that each star has a distinct and special purpose. One star is known as The Travelling Star and only returns to our sky once every two hundred years.

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Little Bear's Vision Quest, 2nd printing, paper ed

$20.00

Little Bear's Vision Quest is a lavishly illustrated picture book that teaches respect for others. The main character is Little Bear who lives along the Northwest Coast. Little Bear behaves selfishly and is inconsiderate to his friends. In an effort to teach Little Bear proper behavior and respect, his grandfather sends him away to an island. Little Bear is told to "look inside" and learn from his bad behavior. Finally, Little Bear learns how he hurt his friends' feelings and decides to change. His family welcomes Little Bear home.

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Kwulasulwut II: More Stories From The Coast Salish, new ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Four Salish stories adapted for students by Salish Elder and storyteller Ellen White. The author acknowledges the storytelling expertise of her grandmother who passes the Coast Salish oral tradition. Translated into English and adapted for younger readers, these stories are richly detailed and offer insight into Northwest Coast oral tradition. The stories include Smuy, the Little Deer; Journey to the Moon; The Mink Family and the Raccoon Family; and Deer, Raven and the Red Snow.

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Tsitsho Tanon Tehahonhtane:ken Ka:kara - The Story of the Fox and the Rabbit

$49.00

Tsitsho Tanon Tehahonhtane:ken Ka:kara - The Story of the Fox and the Rabbit is a bilingual Mohawk and English language resource adapted by Kawinonhsen Audrey Nelson for elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This 44-page illustrated text is written in Mohawk and English. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

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Karahkwanenhskwen - The Stolen Sun

$49.00

Karahkwanenhskwen - The Stolen Sun is a bilingual Mohawk and English language resource adapted by Tewateron:hiakwa Mina Beauvais for elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. The illustrated story centers on Seagull's jealousy and selfishness that almost destroys the Sun. Seagull learns that all creatures must live in harmony in order to preserve the balance of Nature. This 39-page cerlox bound text is written in Mohawk and English. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

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Iah Tehatewennarahkhwa Iekaratonhkhwa Ki Oka:ra - The Disobedient Youth

$13.50

Iah Tehatewennarahkhwa Iekaratonhkhwa Ki Oka:ra - The Disobedient Youth is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakwa Mina Beauvais for Mohawk students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This illustrated text is available in Mohawk and English and is recommended for elementary level students. The 7-page story explains what happens when a young boy disobeys his mother. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $13.50

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