Lightfinder, paper ed

$22.00

Aaron Paquette won third place for the the 2015 Burt Award for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Literature.  Written and illustrated by Aaron Paquette Lightfinder is a young adult fantasy novel about Aisling, a young Cree woman who sets out into the wilderness with her Kokum (grandmother), Aunty and two young men she barely knows. They have to find and rescue her runaway younger brother, Eric. Along the way she learns that the legends of her people might be real and that she has a growing power of her own.

Price: $22.00

Walking in Balance: Meeyau-ossaewin, paper ed

$18.00

Walking in Balance: Meeyau-ossaewin is Ojibwe linguist Basil Johnston's third bilingual volume is the follow up to the teachings and lessons found in Gift to the Stars and Living in Harmony. This title contains 8 stories in English and Ojibwe beginning with Winonah; Maudjee-Kawiss; Pukawiss; Nana'b'oozoo - The Beginning; Never Take More Than; Wolves Teach Nana'b'oozoo; Cheeby--aub-oozoo; and Nana'b'oozoo's Revenge. The stories reflect a code of conduct inherent in Ojibwe teachings.

Price: $18.00

Living in Harmony, Mino-nawae-indawaewin, paper ed OUT OF STOCK INDEFINITELY

$0.00

Living in Harmony, Mino-nawae-indawaewin is the second title by Ojibwe linguist and storyteller Basil Johnson in the Anishinaubaemowin Series. This collection, commissioned by Zagamok Wasseyaankaan Anishinaabebigewin, contains 10 stories in English.  The Ojibwe language version follows each story.  These legends and oral traditions are meant to be read aloud resources for elementary students.  They are also suitable for adult literacy students and anyone interested in knowing more about Anishinaabe traditional stories.

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Think Indian: Languages are Beyond Price, paper ed, Out of Stock

$26.50

Think Indian: Languages are Beyond Price is a collection of essays written by the language scholar and storyteller Basil Johnston. This volume contains 27 articles that cover topics such as language, stories and storytelling, identity, Ojibwe culture, humour, writing, and education. Where is the flour? is the title of a humourous account of Cape Croker member Norman Peter Joshua Jones' adventures in Hollywood as an Indian extra during the 1930s and 1940s.

Price: $26.50

Gift of the Stars: Anangoog Meegiwaewinan, The, paper ed

$16.00

The Gift of the Stars: Anangoog Meegiwaewinan is a recently published collection of Ojibwe stories for children and young adults written by the renowned author and linguist Basil Johnston. This collection, commissioned by Zagamok Wasseyaankaan Anishinaabebiigewin, contains 10 read aloud stories in English. The Ojibwe language version follows each story. These legends and oral traditions are meant to be read aloud resources for elementary students. They are also suitable for adult literacy students and anyone interested in knowing more about Anishinaabe traditional stories.

Price: $16.00

Glass Lodge, The, paper ed

$9.95

The Glass Lodge is a slim volume of poems by Mistawasis Cree writer John McDonald. Writing about his experiences as a street kid in Prince Albert and Calgary, McDonald offers readers a frank and honest look at life through the lens of an Aboriginal man who has experienced pain, addiction, love, identity issues, racism, and hope. His journey is heartfelt and compelling. The work contains mature themes and language. This book is selected as a recommended title in the 2009 First Nations Libraries Community Reads program.

Price: $9.95

Kynship: The Way of Thorn and Thunder, Book One, paper ed

$15.50

Kynship: The Way of Thorn and Thunder, Book One is a fantasy novel by Cherokee author Daniel Heath Justice. In this first book of his trilogy, Daniel Heath Justice creates an amazingly complex world with characters and histories worthy of Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. This book is selected as a recommended title in the 2009 First Nations Libraries Community Reads program.

Price: $15.50

Honour Earth Mother: Mino-Audiaudauhi Mizzu-Kummik-Quae, paper ed

$19.00

Honour Earth Mother: Mino-Audiaudauhi Mizzu-Kummik-Quae by noted Ojibwe author Basil Johnston examines the traditional teachings and stories of the Ojibwe that can help all readers make the connections between creation, the land, the animals, and humans. He writes in a storytelling-style that will appeal to all people who want to understand the close relationship between First Nations and the environment. The legends or traditional narratives are retold in this collection.

Price: $19.00

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