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26 Results
Uliipika aqiggiriuqtuq —Ryan, Elizabeth, 1988- author.

"Oleepeeka is from Panniqtuuq, Nunavut. It's time for her first hunting trip! Oleepeeka is excited to spend the day with Ataata and learn about catching ptarmigans. Join Oleepeeka and Ataata as they set off on the land a...

You hold me up = ki kihceyimin mana —Gray Smith, Monique, 1968- author.

An evocative picture book intended to foster reconciliation among children and encourage them to show each other love and support.

The circle of caring and sharing —Larsen-Jonasson, Theresa, author.

When two foxes who are best friends have a fight it, upsets the whole community of animals. Kokom the Owl knows just what to do and brings together all the animals, holding a Sharing Circle. Theresa Corky Larsen-Jonasson...

Quand on était seuls —Robertson, David, 1977- author.

While helping her grandmother maintain her garden, a girl notices something in her features that pique her curiosity. Why does her grandmother wear long braids and brightly colored clothes? Why does she speak another lan...

Piqsirjuaqtuq —Ogina, Julia, author.

"Niaqualuk and Haugaaq live in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. There is a big blizzard coming! Haugaaq wishes she could play outside more, but Niaqualuk is excited about playing inside! See what fun things the sisters do all day...

A walk through a window —Dyer, K. C.

While visiting her grandparents for the summer, Darby Christopher meets a boy named Gabriel. The two walk through a window of an old ruin behind his house and are swept into the lives of the first people to cross the Ber...

Gifts from Raven —Kung Jaadee, author.

In this book, Kung Jaadee shares with us that we have each received a special gift from Raven. That gift is our special talent or passion to share with the world. Kung Jaadee (Roberta Kennedy) is a traditional Haida stor...

The eagle feather —Locke, Kevin, author.

When we look up to the sky and see a beautiful eagle soaring by, we may stop to appreciate its graceful sight, but, as this book explains, eagles also have powerful teachings to offer. Author Kevin Locke shares with us t...

Trudy's healing stone —Spiller, Trudy, author.

Everyone gets sad, angry, frustrated and disappointed. Difficult emotions are a natural part of life. In this book, Trudy's Healing Stone, Trudy Spiller shares a special teaching about a practice that anyone can use to h...

The case of Windy Lake —Hutchinson, Michael, 1971- author.

"Windy Lake is a fictional First Nation in the midst of the boreal forest and a connection of lakes and rivers. The community is conflicted over a nearby mine, which has the support of the Chief and Council, but is a sou...

In my anaana's amautik —Sammurtok, Nadia, author.

"Nadia Sammurtok lovingly invites the reader into the amautik--the pouch in the back of a mother's parka used to carry a child--to experience everything through the eyes of the baby nestled inside, from the cloudlike sof...

Yellow line —Olsen, Sylvia, 1955-

The line separating Native and White begins to blur for Vince as he finds himself falling for a First Nations girl.

Giving thanks —Dorion, Leah, 1970-

"We often give thanks for the things in our lives that we are grateful for. In this book you will read about many of the things that Métis Elders give thanks for"--Back cover.

A number journey : an Aboriginal story —Hadubiak, Maxine.

Once long ago, in a place called Kanata, there was one boy named One Eagle, who followed one trail. While walking on the trail, One Eagle meets different animals.

Aiviit namunnggarnirmata? —Laisa, Tooma, author.

"Naullaq loves spending time outdoors at his family's summer camp in Peterhead Inlet. One day during a walk on the shoreline, his ataata shares an exciting discovery with him: a walrus skull! But Naullaq never sees walru...

Roughing —Schultz Nicholson, Lorna.

At an elite summer hockey camp Josh is rooming with an aboriginal player from the Northwest Territories. Josh is having trouble controlling his diabetes and faces a dilemma when he finds out his friends are going to play...

Le cercle de partage —Larsen-Jonasson, Theresa, author.

When two red foxes have an argument which breaks apart their community, a gentle buffalo decides to take a braid of sweetgrass to a local elder and asks her to help with a sharing circle for all the animals.

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