How People Got Fire DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

$21.95

How people Got Fire is an animated children's DVD retelling the story about the origin of fire according to Elder Kitty Smith from the Kwanlin D³n First Nation. Narrators are Louise Profeit-Leblanc and Jonnie-Lyn Kushniruk. Anit-bullying message as well as globalization contained in this DVD. Rotoscoping is an animation technique in which animators trace over live-action film movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films. Home Use Only. This NFB Home Use Only DVD from GoodMinds.com is only available for sale in Canada. For

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Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain: The Story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce, paper ed

$9.95

Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain: The Story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce is a graphic novel format title in the Graphic Library Series from Capstone Press. This 32-page book tells the story of the notable Nez Perce leader known as Chief Joseph. Chief Joseph wanted peace for his people. But the U.S. Army had different ideas. As the headman and spokesperson for the Nez Perce, Chief Joseph tried to do what was best for his people.

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Chickadee, hardcover ed

$21.00

Continuing the series that began with The Birchbark House, The Game of Silence and The Porcupine Year, Chickadee follows a brand new character, Omakayas's grandson Chickadee. It's 1866 and just like the bird that is his namesake, Chickadee is small and clever. When Chickadee's twin brother pranks Shigaag, the Ojibwe Nation's ne'er-do-well, Shigaag's unruly, bumbling sons kidnap Chickadee as revenge. He's taken farther from home than he's ever been. But Chickadee is not afraid because he remembers the saying his grandmother taught him: small things have great power.

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Chickadee, paper ed

$8.99

Continuing the series that began with The Birchbark House, The Game of Silence and The Porcupine Year, Chickadee follows a brand new character, Omakayas's grandson Chickadee. It's 1866 and just like the bird that is his namesake, Chickadee is small and clever. When Chickadee's twin brother pranks Shigaag, the Ojibwe Nation's ne'er-do-well, Shigaag's unruly, bumbling sons kidnap Chickadee as revenge. He's taken farther from home than he's ever been. But Chickadee is not afraid because he remembers the saying his grandmother taught him: small things have great power.

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Legend of the Fog, The, hardcover ed

$13.95

In this traditional Inuit story, The Legend of the Fog, a simple walk on the tundra becomes a life or death journey for a young man. When he comes across a giant who wants to take him home and cook him for dinner, the young man's quick thinking saves him from being devoured by the giant and his family, and in the process releases the first fog into the world. Written by Cape Dorset elder Qaunaq Mikkigak and Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award-nominated author Joanne Schwartz, this action-packed picture book brings a centuries-old traditional story to life for elementary readers.

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Kaugjagjuk, The, hardcover ed

$13.95

The legend of Kaugjagjuk—a mistreated orphan who gains the strength to stand up for himself—is a traditional Inuit story told throughout the Arctic. Reimagined in this picture book for modern audiences by emerging Inuit writer Marion Lewis, this version of the Kaugjagjuk story gives young readers everywhere the chance to experience this traditional story about using one's patience and perseverance to overcoming obstacles and poor treatment by others. Reading Level: 5.9. FNCR 2013

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Lacrosse Warrior: The Life of Mohawk Lacrosse Champion Gaylord Powless, hardcover ed

$16.95

Lacrosse Warrior: The Life of Lacrosse Champion Gaylord Powless is a biography published by James Lorimer and Company, written by Karen Lewis about the life and lacrosse career of well-known sports figure Gaylord Powless (1946-2001). Born on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Gaylord came from a family of lacrosse players and began playing the sport when he was young. The author provides basic details about the Six Nations Iroquois, the community, family, and education system that made up Gaylord's world.

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Outcasts of River Falls, paper ed

$9.95

Outcasts of River Falls by award-winning Métis author Jacqueline Guest is the sequel to the historical fiction novel, Belle of Batoche. The novel is set in a Métis community, River Falls, where 14-year-old Kathryn Tourand arrives to live with her guardian and only relative Aunt Belle. Kathryn's father has died and while he passed for white in Toronto, Kathryn is in for a surprise as she learns she is Métis and so is Aunt Belle. What follows is a coming-of-age story as Kathryn learns what it truly means to be one of the Road Allowance People at the turn of the twentieth century.

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Running, paper ed

$13.95

Running is a young adult novel by the author of Where the Rivers Meet, Don Sawyer. In this story the focus is a developing friendship among three high school loners each holding firm to a secret as they begin long distance running training. Louie is a Cree youth whose younger brother and sister were scooped by CAS and placed in a foster home as he was constantly moved to several foster homes. Paul is a middle-class youth whose father died in a tragic car accident but Paul can only dwell on his part in his parent's death. Paul finds comfort in running.

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La Pirogue de Shin-chi (Shin-chi's Canoe), hardcover ed

$19.95

La Pirogue de Shin-chi is the French edition of Shin-chi's Canoe by Nicola Campbell. This sequel to Shi-shi-etko is a story about a young girl's first year at residential school. In this second picture book, Shi-shi-etko returns for another school year and brings along her six-year-old brother. Shin-chi loves to fish and accompany his father in the canoe. But a new experience awaits and his sister helps him prepare for what will happen at school.

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