Keepunumuk : Weeâchumun's Thanksgiving Story

SKU: 9781623542900

Danielle Greendeer, Anthony Perry, Alexis Bunten
Gary Meeches Sr.
Grade Levels:
One, Two, Three
Book Type:
Hard cover
Charlesbridge Children's Books
Copyright Date:
Publication Date:
(Aug 2/22)

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The Thanksgiving story that most Americans know celebrates the Pilgrims. But without members of the Wampanoag tribe who already lived on the land where the Pilgrims settled, the Pilgrims would never have made it through their first winter. And without Weeâchumun (corn), the Native people wouldn’t have helped.

An important picture book honouring both the history and tradition that surrounds the story of the first Thanksgiving.

By Danielle Greendeer, Anthony Perry, Alexis Bunten and illustrated by Gary Meeches Sr.

Danielle Greendeer is a citizen of the Mashpee Wampanoag Nation and works in the areas of tribal governance, cultural perpetuation, and food sovereignty. She lives in Mashpee. Anthony Perry is a Chickasaw citizen and author of Chula the Fox, an award winning middle-grade historical-fiction book. He lives in London. Alexis Bunten, Yu’pik and Unangan, authored the award-winning nonfiction book, So How Long Have You Been Native? Life as an Alaska Native Tour Guide. She lives in Monterey. Garry Meeches Sr. is Anishinaabe and was born on the Long Plains reserve in southern Manitoba, Canada. His style is reminiscent of the plains style of art and evokes the Eastern Woodlands tradition. This is his first picture book.

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