Canadian Aboriginal Art And Culture: Iroquois is one of the titles in Smartbook Media’s series, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, published in 2019. Each title in this series provides information about First Nations, Inuit or Metis and is designed for grades five and six. Authors Michelle Lomberg and John Willis explain how the Haudenosaunee lived in the north of North America in 1570 and after this time. The book contains 13 short chapters covering the following topics: Iroquois people, their homes, communities, clothing, and food. This is followed by tools, weapons and defense. Iroquois religion, ceremonies, and celebrations leads into music and dance, language and storytelling, art and wampum. The final chapters include a timeline from 300-1800-present and approaches for studying the Iroquois past referencing archaeologists and the longhouse. There is a quiz with 10 questions, keywords, and an index. Each chapter in the 32-page book consists of photographs and text. Colour photographs assist students in understanding the Iroquois as contemporary members of today’s society. The unique feature of this series is the accessible website (Lightbox) dedicated to each title including embedded videos, slideshow, child-safe weblinks, and the book’s complete text in audio. Recommended.