Les sept enseignements en histoires: la quête de Kode - une histoire sur le respect / Kode's Quest(ion)(FR)

Editions des PlainesSKU: 9782896117543

Author:
Vermette, Katherena
Grade Levels:
Kindergarten, One, Two, Three, Four
Nation:
Ojibwe
Book Type:
PB
Publisher:
Editions des Plaines
Series:
Les Sept enseignements des Anishinaabeg
Copyright Data:
2019

Price:
Sale price$9.95

Description

Dans La quête de Kode : une histoire sur le respect, Kode connait beaucoup de choses, mais elle se pose une question : qu’est-ce que le respect? Voyons qui l’aidera à trouver la réponse. Les Sept enseignements des Anishinaabeg (l’amour, la sagesse, l’humilité, le courage, le respect, l’honnêteté et la vérité) sont au coeur de ces sept histoires pour enfants. Se déroulant en milieu urbain et mettant en scène des enfants autochtones auxquels tous les jeunes lecteurs pourront s’identifier, ces histoires abordent les thèmes du foyer et de la famille.
 
This is a translation of Kode's Quest(ion): A Story of Respect and explores the meaning of one of the Seven Grandfather Teachings through the eyes of a young girl. In her urban school Mashkode Bixhiki (Kode) knows many things, but she doesn't know one thing: What does respect mean? Who will help her figure out the answer? This book is part of The Seven Teachings Stories series. The Seven Teachings of the Anishinaabe—love, wisdom, humility, courage, respect, honesty, and truth—are revealed in these seven stories for children. Set in an urban landscape with Indigenous children as the central characters, these stories about home and family will look familiar to all young readers. The heartfelt stories serve as cultural bridges to non-Indigenous people wishing to familiarize themselves and their children with contemporary Indigenous culture. Métis writer Katherena Vermette has written these seven charming stories that demonstrate the simple and powerful messages contained within the Seven Grandfather Teachings. Illustrations by University of Manitoba graduate Irene Kuziw are in soft pencil crayons, showing Indigenous children in familiar settings.
  

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