Seven Gifts for Cedar, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$25.95

Seven-year-old Cedar lives in a big city with her mom and travels to the Georgian Bay area of Ontario to stay with her dad’s family on the reserve every summer. She receives some valuable gifts during her summer visits. This charming and descriptive story teaches the core traditional First Nation cultural values (Seven Grandfather Teachings) in a contemporary setting. It portrays the strong ties that exist within First Nation families and communities.

Price: $25.95

Beadwork: First Peoples' Beading History and Techniques, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$29.95

Beadwork: First Peoples' Beading History and Techniques written by Métis artist Christi Belcourt is a recent literacy publication from Ningwakwe Learning Press. The 62-page illustrated book describes the cultural traditions of creating beaded designs by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. The book covers the history of beadwork, its close affiliation to identity, its role in healing, and the various techniques and motifs. Colour and black and white photographs and illustrations are included throughout the book.

Price: $29.95

Assessing Literacy Reading Levels: Evaluating Aboriginal Literacy Material, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$10.95

Assessing Literacy Reading Levels: Evaluating Aboriginal Literacy Material is a 24-page book developed by Ningwakwe Learning Press. This document offers a means of comparing reading levels across a variety of assessment approaches. It provides a graphic representation of the Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) levels in comparison to the Essential Skills reading text levels and to the Ontario Common Curriculum Grades 1-10.

Price: $10.95

Are You Ready to Mind Your Own Business?, spiral bound, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$29.95

Are You Ready to Mind Your Own Business? is a 137-page manual designed to assist Aboriginal individuals interested in starting a home-based business. Mohawk entrepreneur Narda Iulug used her own background knowledge and experience in developing these worksheets and questions for thinking through the whole question of starting one's own business. Each topic is written in a conversational style that makes understanding the content painless. The author provides specific questions for each topic that walks the budding entrepreneur through the areas of study.

Price: $29.95

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide #2: The Voyageurs CD

$20.00

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide #2: The Voyageurs CD is a 65-page PDF document on a CD designed for teachers using the Ontario curriculum as a guide. The author, Tanya Leary, wrote this guide to support the graphic novel by Chad Solomon and includes information about the People of Turtle Island; Character Education; the Seven Grandfather Teachings; Literacy; Art; Black Line Masters; Social Studies connections; Contributions; Tongue Twisters; and support resources. This graphic novel is designed around the concept of courage.

Price: $20.00

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide # 3: True Hearts CD

$20.00

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide # 3: True Hearts CD is a 62-page PDF document on a CD designed for teachers using the Ontario curriculum as a guide. The author, Tanya Leary, wrote this guide to support the graphic novel by Chad Solomon and includes information about the People of Turtle Island; Character Education; the Seven Grandfather Teachings; Literacy; Art; Black Line Masters; Social Studies connections; Contributions; Tongue Twisters; and support resources. This graphic novel is designed around the concept of love.

Price: $20.00

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide # 4: Tall Tale CD

$20.00

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide # 4: Tall Tale CD is a 72-page PDF document on a CD designed for teachers using the Ontario curriculum as a guide. The author, Tanya Leary, wrote this guide for the graphic novel by Chad Solomon and includes information about the People of Turtle Island; Character Education; the Seven Grandfather Teachings; Literacy; Art; Black Line Masters; Social Studies connections; Contributions; Tongue Twisters; and support resources. This graphic novel is designed around the concept of honesty.

Price: $20.00

Meet a Veterinarian: Candace Grier-Lowe, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Meet a Veterinarian: Candace Grier-Lowe is a 16-page booklet published by Ningwakwe Learning Press that celebrates the life of a First Nation woman training to be a veterinarian. This book is part of the Career Path Choices Series that showcases the career opportunities for Aboriginal students. Written for adult literacy learners, (LBS Level 4), this book explores the career choice of Candace Grier-Lowe. The brief biography explains that Candace was a poor student in high school and her guidance counsellor suggested a clerical position as her only employment option.

Price: $15.95

Meet a Music Industry Professional: Alan Greyeyes, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Meet a Music Industry Professional: Alan Greyeyes is the profile of a First Nation professional in this small book published in the Career Path Choices Series by Ningwakwe Learning Press. Designed for adult literacy learners, (LBS Level 4), this series is extremely useful for elementary students interested in reading about future employment opportunities for Aboriginal People. This book offers an overview of the lifestyle and work ethic of Alan Greyeyes, a Saulteaux music professional working in Manitoba.

Price: $15.95

Meet a Journalist: Waubgeshig Rice, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITIES

$15.95

Meet a Journalist: Waubgeshig Rice is a 16-page booklet published by Ningwakwe Learning Press that celebrates the life of an Ojibwe journalist. This book is part of the Career Path Choices Series that showcases the career opportunities for Aboriginal students. Written for adult literacy learners, (LBS Level 4), this book explores the career choice of Waubgeshig Rice. After doing well in high school English, Waub Rice applied to study in Germany for a year and was accepted.

Price: $15.95

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