The Wolf's Trail: An Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves, paper ed.

$23.75

The Wolf ’s Trail, an Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves by Thomas D. Peacock, a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Anishinaabe Ojibwe, tells  the story of Zhi-Shay, an elder wolf, and a litter of young wolves living somewhere on the side of a hill overlooking the river that flows through Nagahchiwangong in Northern Minnesota. Zhi-Shay, who knows the whole story of the parallel relationship between wolves and the Ojibwe going all the way back to the beginning, sharing it with his nieces and nephews, and us.

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Dancers, The, paper ed.

$15.40

The Dancers by Thomas Peacock, a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe and illustrated by Jacqueline Paske Gill, is a heart-warming story about a young Native girl, her mother, and a very special auntie. It is also a story of wisdom and triumph, of being strong, and of dancing with your heart.

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Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom, The, paper ed

$31.95

The Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom is a valuable resource book about the spirituality, values, and beliefs of the Ojibwe. This helpful resource is written by Thomas Peacock (A professor of education at University OF Minnesota Duluth) and Marlene Wisuri (Director of The Carlton County Historical Society in Cloquet, Minnesota). The book is organized around the traditional teachings about the Four Hills of Life. The first hill is termed Abinoojiiyensag and covers the story of the beginning of life from conception to the birth of the baby.

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To Be Free: Understanding and Eliminating Racism, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

$26.50

To Be Free: Understanding and Eliminating Racism is a resource that addresses the issues of racism, stereotypes, team mascots, identity, and cross-cultural understanding in a manner that can engage senior elementary and secondary level students. The authors Thomas Peacock and Marlene Wisuri developed this illustrated educational resource to address these challenging issues in a multicultural world. While the specific examples are unique to United States the book is valuable for any multicultural classroom.

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Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom, The, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE The Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom is a valuable resource book about the spirituality, values, and beliefs of the Ojibwe. This helpful resource is written by Thomas Peacock (A professor of education at University OF Minnesota Duluth) and Marlene Wisuri (Director of The Carlton County Historical Society in Cloquet, Minnesota). The book is organized around the traditional teachings about the Four Hills of Life. The first hill is termed Abinoojiiyensag and covers the story of the beginning of life from conception to the birth of the baby.

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Good Path: Ojibwe Learning and Activity Book for Kids, The, paper ed

$33.00

The Good Path: Ojibwe Learning and Activity Book for Kids is an excellent teaching resource about Ojibwe history and culture. Organized around the traditional values that form Ojibwe ways of thinking, living and being, the nine chapters take readers from the time of creation to the present day. The chapters discuss the Creator's vision of the earth, the Grandfathers, Grandmother Moon, the prophecies, the westward migration, the time of the fur trade, treaties and reservations, the time of the Sixth Fire, and the Seventh Generation.

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Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa: We Look in All Directions, 3rd printing

$56.50

Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa: We Look in All Directions is an outstanding example of First Nations history from the Native perspective. Thomas Peacock is an Ojibwe educator and writer from Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. He is also an associate professor of education at the University of Minnesota Duluth. This book is a personal history as well as a Nation's history told in a well-documented and informative style. The chapters begin with the author's personal anecdotes that relate to the topic.

Price: $56.50

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