Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden, Ojibwe and English,

FOUR Colours ProductionsSKU: 9780615352220

Author:
Brita Brookes, Isadore Toulouse, Shirley Ida Williams
Grade Levels:
Three, Four, Five
Nation:
Ojibwe
Book Type:
PB|2010
Pages:
36
Publisher:
FOUR Colours Productions

Price:
Sale price$28.00

Description

Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden is a colorful storybook in Ojibwe and English. The artwork is by Arthur McBain. The story is by Brita Vija Brookes, and translated by Isadore Toulouse from Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve,  and Shirley Ida Williams, Migizi ow-kwe, That Eagle Woman, who is a member of the Bird Clan of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations of Canada. Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan / Bear Plants a Garden follows the adventures of Bear in the Northwoods. In this story it’s Spring in North Ontario and Bear decides to plant a garden. Follow Bear on his adventure. All the animals pitch in with seeds, planting in the soil, and harvest. Deer shows him a meadow to plant a garden. Crow gathers seeds and clever Mole plants the seeds. Even the weather helps out with some rain, sunshine and a beautiful rainbow.

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