Andrea Custer is Woodland Cree and a fluent Cree speaker who grew up in wapâwikoscikanihk, also known as Pelican Narrows. She has a BA in Indigenous Studies from First Nations University, a secondary level BEd teaching degree from the University of Alberta, and a MEd from the University of Saskatchewan in Indigenous Land-Based Education. Andrea currently works at First Nations University as a Cree language lecturer. Belinda Daniels began a journey in language recovery and now teaches others how to teach an Indigenous second language with the Canadian Indigenous Language and Development Institute. She is the founder of the non-profit nêhiyawak Language Experience Inc. Foreword by Solomon Ratt and illustrated by Lana Whiskeyjack. Solomon Ratt is from āmaciwīspimowinihk (Stanley Mission, SK) and is now an Associate Professor of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature at First Nations University of Canada. Solomon Ratt is a first-language speaker of the th-dialect from Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan. Lana Whiskeyjack is a multidisciplinary treaty iskwew artist from Saddle Lake Cree Nation, Treaty Six Territory, Alberta.
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Sale price$19.95nehiyawetan kikinahk / Speaking Cree in the Home : A Beginner's Guide for Families