Stories From the Magic Canoe of Wa'xaid, paper ed.

$25.00

The Stories from the Magic Canoe of Wa’xaid are those of Cecil Paul, also known by his Xenaksiala name, Wa’xaid, and who is a respected Xenaksiala ​elder, activist and orator, and one of the last fluent speakers of his people’s language. Who better to tell the narrative of our times about the restoration of land and culture than Wa’xaid (the good river), or Cecil Paul, who pursued both in his ancestral home, the Kitlope — now the largest protected unlogged temperate rainforest left on the planet.

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Siha Tooskin Knows the Sacred Eagle Feather, paper ed.

$11.95

Siha Tooskin Knows the Sacred Eagle Feather is part of the Siha Tooskin Knows early chapter book series by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead, a Nakota Elder and Wabamun Lake First Nation community member in central Alberta (Treaty 6 territory) and the recent recipient of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation Indigenous Elder Award; and illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch, of Alexis Nakoda Sioux Nation of Northern Alberta.

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Siha Tooskin Knows the Offering of Tobacco, paper ed.

$11.95

Siha Tooskin Knows the Offering of Tobacco is part of the Siha Tooskin Knows early chapter book series by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead, a Nakota Elder and Wabamun Lake First Nation community member in central Alberta (Treaty 6 territory) and the recent recipient of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation Indigenous Elder Award; and illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch, of Alexis Nakoda Sioux Nation of Northern Alberta.

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Siha Tooskin Knows the Gifts of His People, paper ed.

$11.95

Siha Tooskin Knows the Gifts of His People is part of the Siha Tooskin Knows early chapter book series by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead, a Nakota Elder and Wabamun Lake First Nation community member in central Alberta (Treaty 6 territory) and the recent recipient of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation Indigenous Elder Award; and illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch, of Alexis Nakoda Sioux Nation of Northern Alberta. In Siha Tooskin Knows the Gifts of His People, transportation, housing, agriculture, communications…there are so many modern conveniences but are they really modern?

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Siha Tooskin Knows the Best Medicine, paper ed.

$11.95

Siha Tooskin Knows the Best Medicine is part of the Siha Tooskin Knows early chapter book series by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead, a Nakota Elder and Wabamun Lake First Nation community member in central Alberta (Treaty 6 territory) and the recent recipient of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation Indigenous Elder Award; and illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch, of Alexis Nakoda Sioux Nation of Northern Alberta.

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Keeshig and the Ojibwe Pterodactyls, paperback ed.

$10.00

Keeshig and the Ojibwe Pterodactyls is Keeshig's story transcribed by his mother, Dr. Celeste Pedri-Spade (Anang Onimiwin), Anishinabekwe from Lac Des Mille Lacs First Nation. Keeshig Spade (Keeshigbahnahnkut) is a six year-old Anishinabe from Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation. On a hot summer day, a young Anishinabe boy visits the shores of Gitchee Gumee with his mother. Nanaboozhoo, their teacher, is before them, presenting himself as a mass of land that stretches across the horizon.

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Mokatek et l'étoile disparue, paper ed. French

$15.95

Premier livre jeunesse du dramaturge Dave Jenniss, Mokatek et l’étoile disparue fut à l'origine une pièce de théâtre créée en 2018 par le théâtre Ondinnok, dont il est le directeur artistique, et Vox Théâtre. Pour le petit Mokatek, compter les étoiles pour s'endormir chaque soir est un réel plaisir. Depuis la disparition de sa mère sous les eaux de la rivière, il aime raconter ses journées à celle qui brille le plus dans le ciel, sa boussole qui, de là-haut, le protège : l'étoile du Nord. Un soir de pleine lune, l'étoile du Nord disparaît.

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How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice, hardcover ed.

$18.95

How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice is written by Serapio Ittusardjuat who was born in a Qarmaq at Akunniq;  and illustrated by Matthew Hoddy. How I Survived Four Nights on the Ice is the harrowing first-person account of Serapio Ittusardjuat's four nights spent on the open sea ice. He had few supplies and no water. This story shows courage, strength and patience as he recounts the traditional knowledge and skills that kept him alive after his snowmobile broke down halfway across the sea ice on a trip back from a fishing camp. There are notes on Inuktitut pronunciation. 

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