Nibi is Water, Nibi aawon nbiish, paperback ed. English and Anishinaabemowin - Available April 2020

$10.95

Nibi is Water, Nibi Aawon Nbiish is written and illustrated by Joanne Robertson and translated by Shirley Williams and Isadore Toulouse. Joanne Robertson is AnishinaabeKwe and author and illustrator of The Water Walker. Nibi is Water, Nibi Aawon Nbiish is for babies and toddlers and in both English and Anishinaabemowin. This book is written from an Anishinaabe water protector's perspective. There are many words associated with the importance of water - rain, snow, splashing, drinking and our role to thank, respect and protect Nibi. Nibi is water and water is life. 

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Gii-bi-gaachiiyaanh: When I Was a Child, spiral bound, black and white edition

$25.00

Gii-bi-gaachiiyaanh: When I Was a Child written by Ojibwe language teacher Shirley Williams is a dual language picture book about Shirley's childhood memories. Told in English and Ojibwe languages the memories of her father's gentle teachings about listening during a fishing trip will appeal to all readers. Both of Shirley's parents wanted their daughter to observe and listen to the world around her in order to understand her culture.

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Nibi Emosaawdang / The Water Walker, paperback ed.

$14.95

Nibi Emosaawdang / The Water Walker is a celebration of a determined Ojibwe grandmother Nokomis Josephine and her love for water nibi. After being told about the state of the world’s water and that she needed to do something about this, Nokomis was unsettled. Then she has a dream and the next morning calls her sister and women friends over to talk an idea she has. She and her friends walk to raise awareness of our need to protect Nibi for future generations, and for all life on the planet.

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Gii-bi-gaachiiyaanh: When I Was a Child, spiral bound

$40.00

Gii-bi-gaachiiyaanh: When I Was a Child written by Ojibwe language teacher Shirley Williams is a dual language picture book about Shirley's childhood memories. Told in English and Ojibwe languages the memories of her father's gentle teachings about listening during a fishing trip will appeal to all readers. Both of Shirley's parents wanted their daughter to observe and listen to the world around her in order to understand her culture.

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E-nawe-sing Kidwenan, The Way the Words Sound: An Exploration of the Vowel Sounds Within Anishinaabemowin, paper ed

$56.00

E-nawe-sing Kidwenan, The Way the Words Sound: An Exploration of the Vowel Sounds Within Anishinaabemowin is the 55-page book developed by Dr. Shirley Ida Williams-Pheasant. Dr. Williams found the needs of today's Ojibwe language students require teachers to have techniques when dealing with learners who have become accustomed to writing the language being studied. Because Ojibwe is an oral language the teachers needed tools to aid their learners in pronunciation. The result is this guide for the consonant, vowel and other sounds heard when speaking Ojibwe.

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Dakota Dibaataanan Gchi-Kwiinwinan (Dakota Talks about Treaties), paper ed

$10.00

Dakota Dibaataanan Gchi-Kwiinwinan is the Ojibwe language translation of Dakota Talks about Treaties published by the Union of Ontario Indians especially for Ojibwe language learners. This 8-page illustrated resource about the importance of treaties is designed for Indigenous students as well as non-Indigenous readers. Told from Dakota's perspective the book begins as Dakota gives a speech to her classmates. She recounts her family's trip to a celebration of the Treaty of Niagara in Niagara Falls. This is where Dakota saw wampum belts and heard speeches about the history of this treaty.

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Naksaan Wiindimaagen Doo-waampum Gichipizoowin, paper ed (Alex Shares His Wampum Belt)

$10.00

Naksaan Wiindimaagen Doo-waampum Gichipizoowin is the Ojibwe language edition of Alex Shares His Wampum Belt produced by the Union of Ontario Indians. Translation is provided by Isadore Toulouse and Shirley Williams. This Ojibwe language book is an eight page illustrated book about the importance of wampum belts and treaties for primary level students. Kelly Crawford wrote this information book about a First Nation student named Alex and his inspiration to create a wampum belt from his Lego blocks.

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Gchi-kwiiwin gdawmi (We Are All Treaty People), paper ed

$25.00

Gchi-kwiiwin gdawmi is the Ojibwe language edition of We Are All Treaty People. It is the 34-page illustrated history produced by the Union of Ontario Indians to promote their understanding of treaties for all people in Ontario. Written in English by Maurice Switzer, with coloured drawings by Charley Herbert, the book offers students and educators a brief look at the history of treaties from the Anishinabek perspective in the Ojibwe language. Translator is esteemed linguist Shirley Williams.

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Let's Go Fishing Paa Giigoonh Ke Daa

$20.00

Let's Go Fishing Paa Giigoonh Ke Daa is a 45-page, spiral bound paperback published by Ojibwe linguist Shirley Williams' publishing house, Neganigwane Company. Storyteller Jim Shearer and illustrator Elizabeth Gauthier offer a bilingual Ojibwe/English story about fishing. An explanation of Ojibwe language writing system is provided. After the story, the author includes 3 pages of vocabulary and a reading exercise. The book is designed to support Ojibwe language learning in the classroom.

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Rip Roaring Hockey - Zhooshkwaadekamogad CD-ROM

$30.00

Rip Roaring Hockey is an Ojibwe language CD-ROM with a hockey theme. Includes vocabulary, phrases, dialogues, 2 songs (including O Canada) and vowel sounds. Narrators are Isadore Toulouse and Shirley Williams. CD includes video clips of hockey games, and techniques. Great teaching tool for those with little or no knowledge of Ojibwe. Conversations are ideal for those Ojibwe speakers who want practice situations. CD requires Quicktime 5 or later.

Price: $30.00

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