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We learn from the sun —Bouchard, David, 1952- author.

'We Learn from the Sun' is an Indigenous rhyming poem with colourful illustrations about the seven sacred teachings that can be learned from the sun. This richly illustrated book by Metis writer David Bouchard and Metis ...

Proud to be Métis —author. Bouchard, David, 1952-

This collection of lyrical poems and songs from bestselling author David Bouchard gives a voice to important figures in Métis history from the 17th century to the present day. Each of the 13 selections in Proud to be Me...

Raven's greatest creation = Gaagaagi ogichi-gikendaasowin —author. Bouchard, David, 1952-
Book + CD
2011
Availability: 27 of 28

In true Métis fashion and in the traditional way of story telling, Bouchard introduces readers to Sky World, Earth People, Raven, Turtle Island and one clear vision as to how two-leggeds (humankind) came to be.

Beneath Raven moon = Ba̲'naboy' lax̲a G̲wa'wina 'Ma̲kwa̲la —author. Bouchard, David, 1952-
Book + CD
2012
Availability: 11 of 13

"Beneath Raven moon is an enchanting tale of the creation of Grandmother Moon and of the first time she wove her spell on a young, unsuspecting couple"--Dust jacket.

Wesakechak and weasel —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"There are many stories about Wesakechak. This is an example of a Wesakechak story that tells of why an animal behaves the way it does. We learn that weasels hide and are nervous animals as a result of their experiences ...

Wesakechak and mouse —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This story is about the trickster Wesakechak. In this story, a mouse is rewarded for helping Wesakechak."--Page 32.

Nanabozho and the turtle shell —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This is a story about the trickster Nanabozho...This is the story of how the turtle got its shell."--Page 32.

Nanabozho and the geese —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This is a story about the trickster Nanabozho......he often becomes the victim of his own tricks. When he tries to deceive others, he ends up getting tricked in return."--Page 32.

Wesakechak and the sky world —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"There are many stories about Wesakechak. In this story, Wesakechak helps the people of the world by making sure the sun crosses the sky every day, followed by the moon."--Page 32.

Wesakechak and the fire —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This story is about the trickster Wesakechak. In this story, Wesakechak learns the power of fire."--Page 32.

Dreamcatcher and the seven deceivers = Asabikeshiiwasp gaye awiya oga-gagwe-niisibidoon —author. Bouchard, David, 1952-

"Dreamcatcher and the Seven Deceivers (Asabikeshiiwasp gaye awiya oga-gagwe-niisibidoon ), the sequel to the Seven Sacred Teachings, warns of voices we can expect to hear in our dreamtime – voices that do not represent t...

Nanabozho and the keeper of fire —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This is a story about the trickster Nanabozho...This story can help us understand why Nanabozho is not only a trickster, but also a hero to the Anishinaabek."--Page 32.

Nanabozho and the Great Serpent —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This is a story about the trickster Nanabozho...The story of Nanabozho and the Great Serpent is one of many flood stories from around the world."--Page 32.

The hunter and the lost children —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This story comes from the Métis...This is a Rougarou story...a werewolf-like shape-shifter...In this story, two children become separated from their parents...they encounter a Rougarou."--Page 32.

The Great Spirit and the first animals —Kientz, Chris, 1967- author.
Graphic Novel
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

"This story comes from the Métis...In this story, the relationship between animals and people begins to change. Even so, the connection remains a special one."--Page 24.

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