Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. Indigenous Relations in British North America readers are introduced to the First Nations of Turtle Island specifically the lands that would become known as Canada. The book recognizes the First Nations who reside in their territories such as the cultural regions (Arctic, Subarctic, Woodland, Plains, Plateau and Northwest Coast) designated by anthropologists. The second chapter covers the early Europeans who visited the eastern shores in the hope of finding the passage to the Far East. It also explains the ways Indigenous Nations assisted these early visitors. Chapter three covers the impact of European visitors such as traders and missionaries who brought devastating diseases and conflicts. By making alliances the British and French brought increased warfare among the Nations as well as treaties. When the Americans begin their conflict with Great Britain the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) are conflicted and that war brings extensive change and loss for the Indigenous People. Topics covered in this volume include Pontiac, the Great Peace, Metis, treaties, Royal Proclamation, and War of 1812. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index. The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is Kathryn LaBelle, Assistant Professor of Aboriginal History, University of Saskatchewan. Recommended.