Corneille Arc-en-ciel Nagweyaabi-Aandeg is the French edition of Rainbow Crow Nagweyaabi-Aandeg, the 2012 bilingual picture book by Métis storyteller and author David Bouchard retelling of a traditional Lenape story. The story is set long ago before two leggeds walked on Mother Earth. There was a great cold and the animals formed a council to discuss the matter. They decided someone had to seek help from the Creator. Rainbow Crow, a most colourful bird, was selected because she had a beautiful voice that would surely impress the Creator. She flew into the heavens and won fire from above.
Tecumseh is a 2012 release from Groundwood Books written by James Laxer. This is an illustrated biography of Tecumseh, the Shawnee leader, discussing his efforts to form a confederacy of First Nations to oppose the encroaching colonists, his leadership, and his role in the War of 1812, in which he sided with the British against the United States and developed a friendship with Major General Isaac Brock. The 62-page book offers a brief discussion of Tecumseh's childhood and the importance of his name. As a youth he undertakes a vision quest and participates in hunts.
The Girl Who Helped Thunder and Other Native American Folktales is a collection of traditional stories and legends retold by Joseph and James Bruchac. The authors and storytellers have selected twenty-four appropriate legends and organized them into cultural regions such as the Northeast, the Arctic, and the Great Plains. Each cultural region has a one page description of the region's peoples, geography, and cultural lifestyles.
Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania, and the First Nations: The Treaties of 1736-62 is a newly annotated compilation of the treaties between the Iroquois and others (Delaware, Miami, Shawnee and Nanticoke) and the British. This collection of treaties was originally printed by Benjamin Franklin, and last published in 1938. Minor editorial changes are explained in the editor's introduction.