Go Show the World: A Celebration of Indigenous Heroes, hardcover ed

$21.99

Go Show the World: A Celebration of Indigenous Heroes is a much anticipated children’s picture book by musician, reporter, and politician Wab Kinew.  The brightly illustrated picture book celebrates fourteen historical and contemporary men and women from Canadian and American Indigenous heroes who have made outstanding contributions to their communities as well as their respective Nations.  Kinew is a hip-hop artist and uses his rhyming talents to acknowledge the various achievements of Sacagawea, Waneek Horn-Miller, Carey Price, Ted Nolan, John Herrington, Beatrice Culleton Mosionier, Jim

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Counting on Snow, hardcover ed

$17.99

Counting on Snow is a captivating counting book that features the animals and birds of the Arctic. Counting down from 10 caribou crunching the artist and author brings a twist to this northern environment. The weather is clear when the reader meets the caribou. The next page shows the caribou again only in a changed configuration and then introduces the number 9 against an overcast sky. As the animals and birds are introduced the snowfall becomes more pronounced and finally one silent moose is mostly obscured by the heavy snowfall.

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I Like to Play, hardcover ed OUT OF STOCK INDEFINITELY

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I Like to Play is a 24-page photo essay that features young children from many cultures worldwide simply playing. The colour photographs capture the simple joy of children making their own special games and activities as they have fun at the park, dance, skip, hop, jump, swing, and generally have fun with friends in the water or on land. The images show children from Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Democratic Republic of Congo, Honduras, and Myanmar engaged in various forms of play.

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All the Stars in the Sky: Native Stories from the Heavens, hardcover ed

$19.99

All the Stars in the Sky: Native Stories from the Heavens by Mohawk artist and storyteller C. J. Taylor retells seven traditional stories about the stars, the sun, and the moon. The retellings draw inspiration from Cherokee, Blackfoot, Onondaga, Inuit, Wasco, Salish, and Ojibwe legends. The stories are accompanied by occasional paintings by Taylor.

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Stones, Bones and Stitches: Storytelling Through Inuit Art, hardcover ed

$24.99

Stones, Bones and Stitches: Storytelling Through Inuit Art is a recent book for students about the lives of six Inuit artists: Oviloo Tunnillie, Joe Talirunili, Jessie Oonark, Lutka Qiatsuk, David Reben Piqtoukun, and Kenojuak Ashevak. In this celebration of sculpture, printmaking, and embroidery stitching, the authors, curator and assistant curator of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, bring the lives of these men and women artists into focus.

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Secret of the White Buffalo: An Oglala Legend, The, hardcover ed

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OUT OF PRINT The Secret of the White Buffalo: An Oglala Legend is a children's picture book by Mohawk artist and storyteller C. J. Taylor. In this retelling for young readers, Taylor explains the story associated with the coming of the Sacred Pipe to the Lakota Sioux people. The story begins long ago when the people lived on the land and relied on the buffalo as their source for housing, clothing, food and much more. The people in this camp experienced a long and difficult winter. The children disobeyed their parents and elders and the parents lost patience with their children.

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Bones in the Basket: Native Stories of the Origin of People, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Bones in the Basket: Native Stories of the Origins of People is a collection of seven creation stories retold and illustrated by Mohawk artist C. J. Taylor. Taylor introduces the work by writing a letter to readers and informing them of the many ways Native North Americans and Indigenous People explain the creation of the earth. She chooses seven different tribal peoples including the Siberian people, the Chuckchee.

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Secret of the White Buffalo: An Oglala Legend, The, paper ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE The Secret of the White Buffalo: An Oglala Legend is a children's picture book by Mohawk artist and storyteller C. J. Taylor. In this retelling for young readers, Taylor explains the story associated with the coming of the Sacred Pipe to the Lakota Sioux people. The story begins long ago when the people lived on the land and relied on the buffalo as their source for housing, clothing, food and much more. The people in this camp experienced a long and difficult winter. The children disobeyed their parents and elders and the parents lost patience with their children.

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Ghost and Lone Warrior: An Arapaho Legend, The OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher. The Ghost and Lone Warrior: An Arapaho Legend is a retelling of a traditional Arapaho legend previously told by Dee Brown in "The Lame Warrior and the Skeleton". Mohawk artist and storyteller C. J. Taylor presents this retelling in the children's picture book. The story begins long ago when these Plains People hunted the buffalo herds on foot. This was a time long before the first arrival of horses. This particular camp of hunters went out hunting one fall morning seeking the buffalo.

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Little Water and the Gift of the Animals: A Seneca Legend UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Little Water and the Gift of the Animals: A Seneca Legend is a retelling of a traditional legend about the healing gifts of the animals. C. J. Taylor, a Mohawk artist and storyteller, adapts Jesse Cornplanter's Seneca legend, The Grateful Animals. The story is set long ago among the Seneca Nation of the Six Nations Iroquois. The main character is a youth named Little Water who spends his days among the animals.

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