In the picture book How Nivi Got Her Names, Nivi has always known that her names were special, but she does not know where they came from. One sunny afternoon, Nivi decides to ask her mom. The stories of the people Nivi is named after lead her to an understanding of traditional Inuit naming practices and knowledge of what those practices mean to Inuit. How Nivi Got Her Names is an easy-to-understand introduction to traditional Inuit naming, with a story that touches on tradtional Inuit adoption. Laura Deal was born and raised in a small farming town in Nova Scotia.
The People of the Sea is a picture book based on the author's own childhood experiences. When the young Donald and his friends head down to the water to play, they have no idea that they are soon to encounter a mermaid, one of the creatures that his elders have told him about. Terrified, the boys run back to their camp, ready to tell everyone what they have just seen. But what did they see? They can't seem to remember it clearly. It is up to Donald's grandmother to explain to them the magical creature they just encountered. Donald Uluadluak was an elder from Arviat, Nunavut.
In this traditional Inuit story, The Legend of the Fog paperback edition, a simple walk on the tundra becomes a life or death journey for a young man. When he comes across a giant who wants to take him home and cook him for dinner, the young man's quick thinking saves him from being devoured by the giant and his family, and in the process releases the first fog into the world.
Each of the pictures in this 24-page coloring book represents an important animal in Pacific Northwest First Nations cultures. The captions under each picture consists of a quotation by noted First Nation artists from this territory. Explore-Discover-Learn colouring book series gathers creatures of the land, sea, and sky in a colouring book of medium difficulty from Native Northwest.
Discover the Animals, First Nations and Native Art Colouring and Learning Book features images and text by various Native and First Nations artists. The stories and artwork are inspired by the animal kingdom, and are divided into three categories: land, sea, and sky. Artists that have contributed their culture, art and insights are Dwayne Simeon, Mark A. Jacobson, Corey Bulpitt, Eric Parnell, Bruce Morrisseau, Wolf Morrisseau, Donald Peters, Doug Lafortune, Ben Houstie, Sean Whonnock, and Terry Starr.
Based on true events in 2009, Dolphin SOS recounts the story of three dolphins trapped in an ice-covered cove on the coast of Newfoundland. Winner of the 2015 Christie Harris Illustrated Children's Literature Prize. Cree/Métis artist Julie Flett combines with the authors to create an outstanding picture book about assisting wildlife from a young child's perspective.
First Nations Coloring Book by Dene artist Johnny Marceland is a 52-page colouring book. The artist creates Norval Morrisseau-inspired artworks and designs that reflect the environment and the animals and birds of the northern Saskatchewan landscape. Born at Buffalo Narrows, Marceland is a member of Birch Narrow First Nation. Students are invited to colour the images according to their personal choice. The stylized images drawn with the Woodland x-ray style are ideal for children with fine motor skills.