Cree: Words is a two-volume Cree dictionary, which documents the Cree language and compiled by Arok Wolvengrey, Professor of Algonquian Languages and Linguistics. It provides both a guide to its spoken form for non-speakers and a guide to its written forms (both SRO and Syllabics) for speakers and non-speakers alike. The goal has thus been to collect the vocabulary of Cree as it is spoken by fluent speakers in much of western Canada, whether elders or young people.
Funny Little Stories: Narrated by Cree-Speaking Students, Instructors and Elders is the first memoir in the First Nations Language Readers Series published by Canadian Plains Research Centre at University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada. This dual language (Cree and English) series is geared towards younger readers and beginner language readers. W awiyatÔcimowinisa, Funny Little Stories is edited with a glossary and syllabics by Arok Wolvengrey. High school student Melissa Sanderson, 14, is the illustrator of wawiyatacimowinisa, Funny Little Stories.
Nehiyawewin: Itwewina (Cree: Words) is a 2 volume set of Cree Words Dictionary. Volume 1 contains Cree-English; volume 2 contains English-Cree words in Plains Cree (Y). Edited by Cree Editing Council: Freda Ahenakew, Judy Bear, Elizabeth Lachance, Doreen Oakes, Solomon Ratt, Velma Baptiste-Willet, Edie Hyggen, Rita Lowenberg, Jean Okimasis, and Delores Sand. The Cree-English section of volume 1 contains in excess of 15,000 Cree entries, with indication of dialect variation.