Welcome Song for Baby: A Lullaby for Newborns, board book


Welcome Song for Baby: A Lullaby for Newborns by Tlicho (Dogrib) writer Richard Van Camp offers new parents a charming board book for baby. This lyrical poem offers a gentle song to read aloud to baby. The 24-page board book contains stunning and evocative photographs of newborns and infants with their parents. The photos show multicultural parents and children which will appeal to everyone. This book is selected as a recommended title in the 2009 First Nations Libraries Community Reads program.

Price: $9.95

Man Called Raven, A, paper ed


A Man Called Raven is a powerful story for young readers about the meaning of respect for life. Two young boys torment a raven and then a mysterious man visits their home. He tells them about a man long ago who was mean to everyone. The story explains how the man was turned into a raven as punishment. Sometimes when people need to hear the teachings, the man returns to explain why we should respect the animals and birds. The author, Richard Van Camp, is Dogrib from the Northwest Territories. His story is based on the teachings of an Elder from his community.

Price: $15.32

What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? OUT OF PRINT


OUT OF PRINT What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? Is a wonderful story by Dogrib storyteller Richard Van Camp. In this picture book, the reader gets to imagine “what is the most beautiful thing you know about horses.” The author tells the reader that he lives in the Canadian North and during the winter it is extremely cold, so cold that he stays indoors and lets his imagination run wild. He explains that his people, the Dogrib, on his mother's side, did not have horses. But they had special dogs.

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