The Lunaape: Our History, Our Story, Our Future is a 2012 Ningwakwe Learning Press publication designed specifically for Ontario Native adult literacy learners and practitioners. This accessible 38-page offers senior elementary and high school students an accurate account of the history and culture of the Lunaape or Delaware Nation in Ontario. Written in 7 brief chapters the book explains Creation, Prophecy, Lunaape Customs, Contact and Migration, Moraviantown, and Reclaiming Identity.
Success in Your Studies for Aboriginal Students is a guide that is designed for the adult Aboriginal learner returning to the educational setting. Topics include academics, economics, social, family, health and most importantly, one's own personal well-being. This 38-page resource is published by Ningwakwe Learning Press and written by Brent Stonefish.
56-page book offers literacy students and secondary students an overview of the history and impact of residential schools in Canada. It also focuses on the intergenerational impacts by examining the circle in four stages (niiwinkiiyootaaseg) and addresses constructive methods to healing and developing healthy individuals, families, and communities.