I Like Winter (Cree language only), UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE I Like Winter is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and this volume consists of colour drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. The I Like Winter reader explores the variety of activities children can enjoy outdoors during the winter in Northern Ontario.

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Where Is It? (Cree language only), UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Where Is It? is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and this volume consists of colour drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. Where Is It reader shows a youth dressing to go outdoors during the winter. The images show the interior of his bedroom with a closet and dresser.

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How's the Weather Outside? (Cree language only), UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE How's the Weather Outside? is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and consists of black and white line drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. How's the Weather Outside? explores the kinds of weather found in Northern Ontario.

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Let's Make Bannock (Cree language only), UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Let's Make Bannock is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and consists of black and white line drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. The Let's Make Bannock depicts some of the steps involved in making bannock.

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Spring (Cree language only), Limited Quantity

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Limited Quantity Spring is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and consists of black and white line drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. The Spring reader depicts the land and birds associated with the season.

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Animals (Cree language only), UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Animals is one of the six Cree language resources recently developed for kindergarten students by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The Working Together Reading Series readers were created by Native language teachers who attended a workshop sponsored by the Cultural Centre in the spring of 2005. Each reader is spiral-bound and consists of black and white line drawings with a brief text written in Cree syllabics. The Animals reader depicts some of the key animals associated with the Cree of Northern Ontario.

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Anishininiimowin Stories 1 (Ojibway Reader) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Anishininiimowin Stories 1 (Ojibway Reader) is a grade one reader in Ojibwe with English translation written by Anastasia Weesk for the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. Includes 21-page Unit Profile for Book 1 - Us in the Omushkego/Anishininiimowin Stories 1 Reading and Learning Series. The readers in this series were developed around the concept of the good way of life. This way of life, derived from living on the land and obtaining food from it, kept the Nishnawbe Aski Nation people strong, happy, and healthy in the past.

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Omushkegowuk Men's Traditional Practices Project: Restoring the Balance

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Limited Quantity Omushkegowuk Men's Traditional Practices Project: Restoring the Balance is the result of an Aboriginal Healing Foundation grant. The text contains eleven interviews with Omushkegowuk (James Bay Cree) elders who answer open-ended questions regarding the strength of traditional practices. The men were first interviewed in Cree in their home communities of Attawapiskat, Kashechewan, Fort Albany, and Moose Factory. Their responses were then translated from syllabics to English, and clarifications were made.

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Mushkegowuk First Nations: Community and Life Experiences UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Mushkegowuk First Nations: Community and Life Experiences researched and published by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre contains profiles of youth and Elders from Chapleau Cree First Nation, Missanabie Cree First Nation, and Taykwa Tagamou (New Post) First Nation. The Mushkegowuk Council represents seven Cree First Nations in the western James Bay and Hudson's Bay regions of northern Ontario. Each of the three communities is briefly described in terms of location (map), population, and economy.

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