Spirit Trackers, The, hardcover ed

$18.95

The Spirit Trackers by Ojibwe storyteller and author Jan Bourdeau Waboose and illustrated by Francois Thisdale is published by Fifth House Publishing. Two young cousins visit with their uncle one wintery night. They ask for a story about Windigo and find some strange scratches and large footprints the next morning. The boys decide to be trackers just like their uncle and so set out to track the creature who made the footprints.  The colour illustrations make this story a fascinating account of the creature known as Windigo as young children enjoy this Ojibwe legend. Highly recommended.

Price: $18.95

SkySisters, paper ed

$8.95

SkySisters is a children's picture book by Ojibwe writer and storyteller Jan Bourdeau Waboose. In this contemporary story set in the winter season, two sisters go outdoors to play in the magical world of snow and moonlight to wait for the arrival of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). The sisters bundle up in their parkas and mittens and as they head outdoors their mother reminds them of Nokomis' teachings, wisdom comes on silent wings. The two girls play and run through the snow. On their way to a hill they see a deer, and a white rabbit.

Price: $8.95

Morning on the Lake, paperback edition

$7.95

Morning on the Lake is a children's book by Ojibwe writer and storyteller Jan Bourdeau Waboose. This story is told in three sections: morning, noon and night. A young Ojibwe boy and his Mishoomis (grandfather) experience nature in an all day journey that begins in the morning on a lake and ends with a walk in the woods during the night. The events are told in the first person by the young boy, Noshen (grandchild).

Price: $7.95

SkySisters, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT The hardcover edition of title title is no longer available from the publisher. Skysisters is currently available in a paper format edition. SkySisters is a children's picture book by Ojibwe writer and storyteller Jan Bourdeau Waboose. In this contemporary story set in the winter season, two sisters go outdoors to play in the magical world of snow and moonlight to wait for the arrival of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis).

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Morning on the Lake, hardcover edition OUT OF PRINT

$0.00

OUT OF PRINT This title is unavailable from the publisher. Morning on the Lake is a children's book by Ojibwe writer and storyteller Jan Bourdeau Waboose. This story is told in three sections: morning, noon and night. A young Ojibwe boy and his Mishoomis (grandfather) experience nature in an all day journey that begins in the morning on a lake and ends with a walk in the woods during the night. The events are told in the first person by the young boy, Noshen (grandchild).

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Where Only The Elders Go - Moon Lake Loon Lake, paper ed

$12.95

Where Only The Elders Go - Moon Lake Loon Lake is a picture book for young readers by gifted Ojibwe author Jan Bourdeau Waboose. In this gentle story about the circle of life, a young Ojibwe boy hears the crying of the loon. He recalls his Mishomis (grandfather) and the teachings about life and death. Elders have a special place, Moon Lake Loon Lake, where they go at the end of their life's journey. Soft pastel watercolours capture the tranquil mood and spiritual nature of the ideas presented in the text. Moon Lake Loon Lake is a peaceful place that is sacred.

Price: $12.95

Firedancers, hardcover ed

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Firedancers is a children's picture book from Ojibwe author Jan Bourdeau Waboose. In this story, a young Ojibwe girl goes with her Nokomis (grandmother) by boat to a small island known as Smooth Rock Island. The two have been there many times but never at night. The young girl is mystified but stays close beside her grandmother. They recall the times when Mishoomis (grandfather) was alive and the young child helps build a fire. Grandmother has brought her dancing shawl and her moccasins. The young girl goes exploring and sees an owl. She knows her Nokomis will explain its meaning.

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