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Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh : niibing, dgwaagig, bboong, mnookmig dbaadjigaade maanpii mzin'igning = This is how I know : a book about the seasons —Luby, Brittany, author.

"In this lyrical story-poem, written in Anishinaabemowin and English, a child and grandmother explore their surroundings, taking pleasure in the familiar sights that each new season brings. We accompany them through warm...

Josie dances —Lajimodiere, Denise K., author.

"An Ojibwe girl practices her dance steps, gets help from her family, and is inspired by the soaring flight of Migizi, the eagle, as she prepares for her first powwow"-- Provided by publisher.

The forever sky —Peacock, Thomas D., author.

Two young Ojibwe brothers, Niigaanii and Bineshiinh, look to the stars and spin stories, some inspired by Uncle and some of their own making, as they remember their grandmother.

Chickadee —Erdrich, Louise, author.

In 1866, Omakayas's son Chickadee is kidnapped by two ne'er-do-well brothers from his own tribe and must make a daring escape, forge unlikely friendships, and set out on an exciting and dangerous journey to get back home...

Two pairs of shoes —Sanderson, Esther, 1945-

Maggie, an Ojibway girl, receives a pair of dress shoes for her birthday. Her blind grandmother compliments her on the new shoes and then gives her a pair of beautiful beaded moccasins. Now Maggie has two pairs of shoes ...

Johnny's pheasant —Minnema, Cheryl, 1973- author.

Johnny spies a pheasant which he believes is sleeping and his Grandma fears is dead, but they learn they were both wrong when the pheasant departs, leaving behind a gift.

Grandmother's dreamcatcher —McCain, Becky R. (Becky Ray), author.

While spending a week with her grandmother who, like her is a Chippewa Indian, Kimmy learns to make a dreamcatcher which allows the sleeper to have only sweet dreams.

The used-to-be best friend —Quigley, Dawn, author.

Hello/Boozhoo--meet Jo Jo Makoons! Full of pride, joy, and plenty of humor, this first book in an all-new chapter book series by Dawn Quigley celebrates a spunky young Ojibwe girl who loves who she is. Jo Jo Makoons Azur...

Dreamcatcher —Osofsky, Audrey.

In the land of the Ojibway a baby sleeps, protected from bad dreams, as the life of the tribe goes on around him.

Wintering —Durbin, William, 1951-

In 1801, fourteen-year-old Pierre returns to work for the North West Fur Company and makes the long and difficult journey to a winter camp, where he learns from both the other voyageurs and from the Ojibwa Indians whose ...

Makoons —Erdrich, Louise, author.

Living with their Ojibwe family on the Great Plains of Dakota Territory in 1866, twin brothers Makoons and Chickadee must learn to become buffalo hunters, but Makoons has a vision that foretells great challenges that his...

The brave —Bird, James, author.

Collin has a unique condition that causes him to count every letter spoken to him. After being kicked out of yet another school, Collin's father sends him to live with his Ojibwe mother whom he has never met. Collin rece...

The porcupine year —Erdrich, Louise, author.

In 1852, forced by the United States government to leave their beloved Island of the Golden Breasted Woodpecker, fourteen-year-old Omokayas and her Ojibwe family travel in search of a new home.

Respect = Mnaandendiwin —Solomon, Chad, 1976-

Watch Rabbit and friends learn about the Grandfather teaching of respect from their buffalo friends. Rabbit and Bear Paws butt heads trying to understand what it means to have respect for people and animals.

Crooked river —Pearsall, Shelley.

When twelve-year old Rebecca Carter's father brings a Native American accused of murder into their 1812 Ohio settlement town, Rebecca, witnessing the town's reaction to the Indian, struggles with the idea that an innocen...

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws. [Volume 1], The sugar bush —Solomon, Chad, 1976-
Graphic Novel
2006
Availability: 107 of 111

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws is set in 18th century colonized North America. Two mischievous Ojibwa brothers play pranks and have amazing adventures using a traditional Ojibwa medicine that transforms them into ani...

Nikik and Wapus save the people —McLellan, Joseph.

"In the days when Nanabosho roamed the forests of the Anishinabe, Nikik the otter and Wapus the rabbit are good friends who can't stop playing pranks on each other. One day, their antics lead them to discover something ...

Millie : ride the river —Harrison, Troon.

Millie, a Toronto girl, spends the summer of 1914 at Stoney Lake in Ontario's Kawartha Lakes region, learning of another way of life and about herself as she meets her cousins whose mother is an Ojibwa Indian, helps make...

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