Native Legends (Compilation) (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

Native Legends is a 24-minute DVD produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The compilation includes The Owl Who Married a Goose, Summer Legend, and The Owl and the Raven. These traditional Inuit and Mi'kmaq legends are adapted into animations and a puppet show to interest young children in storytelling. Summer Legend is the classic story about Glooscap's battle against Winter and how he successfully brought summer to the Mi'kmaq of Eastern Canada. The other two legends are Inuit stories.

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Living Culture, Living Voices DVD (Public Performance Use)

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Living Culture, Living Voices DVD features the storytelling traditions of the Six Nations Iroquois. The DVD contains 6 traditional stories including Maid of the Mist, Three Sisters, Basswood Tree Spirit, Eagle Dancer, Mother of the Nations, and Tadodaho. Dr. Percey Abrams hosts this 30-minute video that focuses on the sculptures of Joseph Jacobs and the storytelling abilities of Eli Rickard.

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Legends: The Story of Siwash Rock (Home DVD Use Only)

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Legends: The Story of Siwash Rock is an adaptation by filmmaker Annie Frazier Henry from a traditional legend about the appearance of the Siwash Rock, a well-known Vancouver landmark. Actor Dakota House portrays a young man, Andrew, whose girlfriend, Kelsey, becomes pregnant. Left without employment and the life-threatening illness of his girlfriend, Andrew prepares for his child's birth in a traditional manner by a cleansing. Taking the traditional cultural values to heart, Andrew cleanses his body and spirit in a traditional ceremony.

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Native Legends (Compilation) (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Native Legends is a 24-minute video produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The compilation includes The Owl Who Married a Goose, Summer Legend, and The Owl and the Raven. These traditional Inuit and Mi'kmaq legends are adapted into animations and a puppet show to interest young children in storytelling. Summer Legend is the classic story about Glooscap's battle against Winter and how he successfully brought summer to the Mi'kmaq of Eastern Canada. The other two legends are Inuit stories.

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Raven's Feather Dance (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Raven's Feather Dance – A Creation Legend is a 9-minute children's animated video from the National Film Board of Canada. Part of the Tell Me A Story Series, this video is a creation story about Raven and Coyote and how they go about repopulating the world after the world is destroyed in a disaster. Raven sets out to find a solution and asks Eagle, Bear, Turtle and Owl how to repopulate the earth. Raven discovers a plan based on Owl's advice. He goes about collecting feathers from all the birds. The feathers are arranged among cedar boughs.

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Legends: The Story of Siwash Rock (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds Legends: The Story of Siwash Rock is an adaptation by filmmaker Annie Frazier Henry from a traditional legend about the appearance of the Siwash Rock, a well-known Vancouver landmark. Actor Dakota House portrays a young man, Andrew, whose girlfriend, Kelsey, becomes pregnant. Left without employment and the life-threatening illness of his girlfriend, Andrew prepares for his child's birth in a traditional manner by a cleansing.

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First Nations Full Day Kindergarten Video: Primary One Curriculum Video UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher First Nations Full Day Kindergarten Video: Primary One Curriculum is a 38 minute video developed by First Nations Education Division of the Greater Victoria School District, British Columbia. Cree educator and storyteller Brenda Andrews effectively uses puppetry to present three Trickster stories for young children. In the video, Andrews introduces the stories by explaining their importance and asking the viewer to listen carefully for the lesson contained in these entertaining legends.

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Rainbow Crow Nagweyaabi-Aandeg, hardcover ed.

$24.95

Rainbow Crow Nagweyaabi-Aandeg is 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.

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Corneille Arc-en-ciel Nagweyaabi-Aandeg, hardcover ed

$24.95

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.

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Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear, paper ed

$16.95

Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear is the reissue of noted storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac's 1993 edition. This anthology of legends were selected and retold by Bruchac around the theme of a boy's initiation or rite of passage ceremony. Organized around four culture regions: the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the Northwest, Bruchac explains the significance of the number four in his foreword.

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