I Am Elwha, hardcover ed.

$16.95

I am the Elwha is written by Lori Peleen. Robert Elofson, Tribal Elder and Harvest Manager in the Natural Resources Department for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribes, approved Lori's work and contributed a few pages of back matter at the end of the work. Lori's story was further approved by Frances Charles, the Tribal Councilwoman for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, after the entire council read and approved it.The Elwha River flows 72 kilometres (45 miles) from its source in the Olympic Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca in the Pacific Northwest.

Price: $16.95

Bizhiw Miinawaa Miinan / Lynx and the Blueberries, paperback ed.

$22.40

Bizhiw Miinawaa Miinan - Lynx and the Blueberries is a bi-lingual (Ojibwe & English) children's story about the love for Anishinaabe culture, the land, and traditional foods. Story and design are by Cecelia Rose LaPointe.  Illustrated by Dolly Peltier. Translated by Margaret Noodin in the Western standard spelling of Anishinaabemowin.

Price: $22.40

Pocket Ojibwe for Kids and Parent, paperback ed.

$24.00

Pocket Ojibwe, A Phrasebook for Nearly All Occasions, was reprinted in 2017 after originally being published in 2007. The authors are Patricia Ningewance Nadeau and Trevor Greyeyes. The book is intended for children aged 8 to 15. It is not meant to teach a person how to speak on their own. There are no lessons or explanations of grammar instead there are ready-to-use phrases and words for immediate solutions. There are seven sections to this book.

Price: $24.00

La pirogue de Shin-chi, French, paperback ed.

$12.95

La pirogue de Shin-chi or (Shin-chi's Canoe) is Nicola Campbell's sequel to Shi-shi-etko, the story about a young girl's first year at residential school. In this second picture book, Shi-shi-etko returns for another school year and brings along her six-year-old brother. Shin-chi loves to fish and accompany his father in the canoe. But a new experience awaits and his sister helps him prepare for what will happen at school.

Price: $12.95

Ga's / The Train, hardcover ed. Dual Language. Available September 21, 2021.

$19.95

Ga's (The Train) is an Mi'kmaq and English book written by Jodie Callaghan, a Mi’kmaq woman from Listuguj First Nation in Gespegewa’gi near Quebec. The book is translated into Mi'kmaq by Joe Wilmot. The Train is illustrated by Georgia Lesley. This is story of a young girl, Ashley who is slowly walking back from school when she meets her Uncle. He is sad. He tells Ashley his story of first going to residential school and the important lesson of knowing where you come from. This story is colourfully illustrated yet invokes the sadness that Ashley and her Uncle feel.

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Hockey With Dad, hardcover ed. Available September 1, 2021.

$19.95

Hockey With Dad is written by Willie Sellars, a Member of the Williams Lake Indian Band of the Secwepemc Nation; and illustrated by Nelson White, of Flat Bay First Nation Band (No'kmaq Village) in Flat Bay, Newfoundland. This story is about Little Brother stepping on to the ice to play in the Championship game after a team member is injured. He always wanted to be part of the lineup, where Big Sister is the ace forward. The closer the game gets though, the more nervous he becomes. Can he make his family proud with their long history of playing hockey?

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Berry Picking with ‘Atsoo, paperback ed.

$8.50

Berry Picking with ‘Atsoo is written by Cecelia John from Saik’uz First Nation. Travelling up to Sinkut Mountain was a favourite summer memory of the author. She and her family would pick wild berries. Her ‘Atsoo (grandmother) taught her many things. Who is a person that teaches you many things? This book is part of the Strong Stories: Dakelh series focussing on Indigenous territories (Canada and the United States). These stories reflect the belief that our stories are the roots of our people, our lands and our cultures. It is from our stories that we grow and become strong and proud. 

Price: $8.50

Berries of the Dakelh Territory, paper ed.

$8.50

Berries of the Dakelh Territory is written by Cecelia John from Saik’uz First Nation. Wild berries grow almost everywhere. Some wild berries are good to eat while others will make you sick. It is important to know if a berry is safe to eat before you pop it into your mouth! What kinds of berries have you eaten? This book is part of the Strong Stories: Dakelh series focussing on Indigenous territories (Canada and the United States). These stories reflect the belief that our stories are the roots of our people, our lands and our cultures.

Price: $8.50

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