Owenna'shon:'a Karahstanion (Mohawk language)

$15.00

Owenna'shon:'a Karahstanion is a Mohawk language pictionary and activity book for Mohawk language learners. Simple line drawings show scenes of children playing lacrosse, a family enjoying a picnic, community helpers, clothing and body parts, colours, counting from 1 to 10, and animals. This 39-page book is published by Tsi Ronterihwanonhnha Ne Kanien'keha (formerly the Kanehsata:ke Education Centre. It is written by Tewateronhia:kwa Mina Beauvais with illustrations by Katlatont Brenda Gabriel-Doxtator. This Mohawk language resource is ideal for students just learning the language.

Price: $15.00

Ken Nieiaka:a Tiatateken:a: The Younger Sister

$19.50

Ken Nieiaka:a Tiatateken:a: The Younger Sister is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakhwa Mina Beauvais for use by elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This illustrated story retells a Cree story about two sisters as they make wishes while watching the night sky. The sisters dream about what kind of men they will marry. By choosing one of two stars, the girls make their selections. The younger chooses first and makes an unfortunate selection. The older sister selects the other star which is red.

Price: $19.50

Tsi Nontie:ren Tehakahrowa:nens Ne Kwarero:ha, Tsi Niiawen:en Tsi Tehaha:kwaien Ne Tsitsho, Ateneniahrhon'kowatshon Oka:ra: Why the Owl has Big Eyes, How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs, and The Legend of the Stone Giants

$45.00

Tsi Nontie:ren Tehakahrowa:nens Ne Kwarero:ha, Tsi Niiawen:en Tsi Tehaha:kwaien Ne Tsitsho, Ateneniahrhon'kowatshon Oka:ra: Why the Owl has Big Eyes, How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs, and The Legend of the Stone Giants contains three bilingual Mohawk/English legends retold by Tewateronhiakhwa Mina Beauvais and Konwahawen:se Phyllis Montour. These stories are designed for use by elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. Each story is illustrated with colour drawings and contains Mohawk and English text on each page. The first story recounts a legend about the creation of the birds.

Price: $45.00

Naho:ten Ionathro:ri Ne Kahwistara:ken Tanon Ohwistano:ron Ohniareko:wa: The Prophecy of the Two Serpents

$28.50

Naho:ten Ionathro:ri Ne Kahwistara:ken Tanon Ohwistano:ron Ohniareko:wa: The Prophecy of the Two Serpents is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakhwa Mina Beauvais for use by elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This illustrated story explains a Mohawk prophecy in allegory form. The story begins with two hunters setting out in their canoe as they search for game. On their journey they encounter a wonderful sight. Before them are two small serpents with brilliant colour radiating from the pair. One serpent was gold and the other was silver.

Price: $28.50

Tsi Rawennakera:ton Ne Sken:nen Ron:nis - The Birth of the Peacemaker

$18.00

Tsi Rawennakera:ton Ne Sken:nen Ron:nis – The Birth of the Peacemaker is a bilingual Mohawk and English language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakwa Mina Beauvais for elementary level students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This Mohawk text explains the birth of The Peacemaker and his important mission of peace to the Iroquois. This condensed version outlines the circumstances surrounding the boy's birth and ends with his preparation of the stone canoe just prior to setting out on the journey of peace. This ten page illustrated text is written in Mohawk with an English translation.

Price: $18.00

Tsi Ionontaka:ronte - The Cave

$13.50

Tsi Ionontaka:ronte - The Cave is a bilingual Mohawk and English legend about a mysterious cave on Blue Mountain. The story explains the importance of the Thunder. This Mohawk story was adapted by Tewateronhia:kwa Mina Beauvais as a Mohawk language resource for elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This eight page illustrated text is written in Mohawk and English. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $13.50

Karahkwanenhskwen - The Stolen Sun

$49.00

Karahkwanenhskwen - The Stolen Sun is a bilingual Mohawk and English language resource adapted by Tewateron:hiakwa Mina Beauvais for elementary students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. The illustrated story centers on Seagull's jealousy and selfishness that almost destroys the Sun. Seagull learns that all creatures must live in harmony in order to preserve the balance of Nature. This 39-page cerlox bound text is written in Mohawk and English. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $49.00

Iah Tehatewennarahkhwa Iekaratonhkhwa Ki Oka:ra - The Disobedient Youth

$13.50

Iah Tehatewennarahkhwa Iekaratonhkhwa Ki Oka:ra - The Disobedient Youth is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakwa Mina Beauvais for Mohawk students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This illustrated text is available in Mohawk and English and is recommended for elementary level students. The 7-page story explains what happens when a young boy disobeys his mother. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $13.50

Ionkwakaraton:ni Ne Onen:ia - The Storytelling Rock

$24.00

Ionkwakaraton:ni Ne Onen:ia - The Storytelling Rock is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakwa Mina Beauvais for Mohawk students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This original story explains the importance of maintaining the language and culture for future generations. The text is available in the Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $24.00

Tsi Ni:iot Tsi Iotiienta:'on Naiesa'nahkonta:ko Ne Otsi'nahkontahkwa:ne - How the Bees Got Their Stingers

$33.00

Tsi Ni:iot Tsi Iottiienta:'on Naiesa'nahkonta:ko Ne Otsi'nahkontahkwa:ne – How the Bees Got Their Stingers is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakhwa Mina Beauvais for elementary level students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This story comes from the Ojibway Nation and explains how Nanabush helped the bees defend their food. Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

Price: $33.00

Pages