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The Elders Are Watching
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • The boy looked much the same as the other kids in his class. New faces arrived almost daily from far away places, so it wasn't his appearance that made him different.

    He had always tried his hardest, but try as he might, somehow he didn't seem to be able to get excited about the same things his classmates did. This year would be no different.

    And so, as in years gone by, his mother would please him greatly by taking him out of school for a time. Again, she was sending him to live with his grandfather, his 'Ya-A' - to listen, to think and to learn.

    'Ya-A' would reintroduce him to the Wind, the Tree and the Earth. 'Ya-A' would speak of responsibilities and of rights. 'Ya-A' would fascinate him with legends of the eagle, the whale, the raven and the wolf.

    Of all the tales his grandfather told, none captured his heart more than the stories of the Old Ones - the Elders. And as the stories slowly became a part of him, by the seashore in the clear red sky of early evening, he began to see them.

    They appeared as images suspended in the air, up toward the sun. Their lips were still, yet he heard them speak. Their message, like the words of his "Ya-A', was clear and true, a message gone too long without being passed to other hearts.

    He and his "Ya-A' would share the words of the Elders often with all those who cared to listen - with all those who cared at all. ...taken from The Elders Are Watching

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The Moccasins
Author: Earl Einarson
Traditional Territory: Cree, Métis, Ktunaxa
Format: Paperback
  • This is an Endearing Story of a young Aboriginal foster child who is given a special gift by his foster mother. Her gift of warmth and thoughtfulness helps her young foster children by encouraging self-esteem, acceptance and love.

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Jenneli's Dance
Author: Elizabeth Denny
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Jenneli is a shy young girl who feels that she is nothing special, until she learns about the Metis Red-River Jig from her grandma. One day, Grandma Lucee enters her into a jigging contest. Jenneli's Dance is a story that instills a sense of pride in the Metis culture, and deals with low self-esteem.

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Long Powwow Nights
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • In 2010, Long Powwow Nights was the award recipient for First Nation Communities Read.

    The Powwow is a time-honored Native American custom. It is a celebration of life and spirituality, a remembrance of traditions, uniting a people through dance and ritual.

    Long Powwow Nights takes you on a wonderful journey, honoring these mystical dancers who keep their traditions alive through dance and song. In its poetic verses, David Bouchard skillfully narrates the story of a mother''s dedication to her roots and her efforts to impress upon her child the importance of culture and identity.

    Internationally revered Native American artist, Leonard Paul, brings the story alive with his beautiful renditions of powwow dancers, warriors, and stunning landscape.

    The book is accompanied by a CD, which includes music by internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter, Buffy Sainte- Marie.

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Caring For Me series: Eyes, Ears, Nose and Mouth
Author: Karen W. Olson
Format: Paperback
  • What happens when you get a bead stuck up your nose? Tony's visit to the doctor's office shows how to take care of eyes, ears, nose and mouth.

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Caring For Me series: Living Safe, Playing Safe
Author: Karen W. Olson
Format: Paperback
  • Tony, Rainey, Jennifer, and Mavis love playing, with the help of their parents, they learn important safety lessons at school, in the kitchen and in the playground.

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Caring For Me series: Looking After Me
Author: Denise Lecoy
Format: Paperback
  • A sweet story about a young Quail who learns life lessons about laughing, crying, anger, hurt, happiness, fear, trust, love and standing up for one self.

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The Rabbit's Race
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • It is Grandparents Day at Joey's school. Joey's grandfather has been asked to be the guest speaker.

    As grandpa enters the school gym stage he sits down on the chair provided to him and starts...

    "When I was a boy, my grandfather always had a story for every occasion," he said. "He told me that while some stories are meant to be enjoyed, others have a lesson to help you grow. So, I'm going to do what my grandfather did with me when I was growing up. I'm going to tell a story."

    Grandpa retells a story of a great rabbit race not only was it a race of speed, but it was also a race between two different races of rabbits, the bush rabbits and the jackrabbits. Much like the famous story about The Rabbit and Turtle, this story also has a surprising twist and valuable lessons.

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Soccer Star!
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Samantha Aqsarniq Keyes is used to a life on the move. Her military family has been transferred across Canada, and she's grown up with stories of her Inuit ancestors exploring the far north. For Sam, soccer has been the one constant in her life. But now that she's thirteen, her home base isn't the only thing that's changing.

    Sam longs to show up Carly, her school's reigning soccer star, but Sam's new interest in theater is taking up a lot of time. Does she have the time to practice her sport and be the lead in the school play? And just how far will she go to prove to her parents that she can handle more than one extracurricular activity?

    Soccer Star! is a novel about big ambitions and tough choices.

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Dancing in My Bones
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Book 2 in the trilogy: Fiddle Dancer, Dancing In My Bones, Call of the Fiddle.

    Dancing in My Bones, the sequel to the highly successful book Fiddle Dancer, returns us to the story of a young Metis boy named Nolin as he continues to discover his Metis heritage.
    Lovingly written by Wilfred Burton and Anne Patton and vividly illustrated by Sherry Farrell Racette, Dancing in My Bones will take you on a journey to discover Moushoom's first moose hunt, red lipstick kisses, Uncle Bunny's fiddling, and the return of the "Bannock Jig." But most importantly, by the end of the story, you might feel like you have dancing in your bones!

    Includes a CD with English and Michif Narrations of the Story and Fiddle Music!

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The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Traditional Metis Story
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This charming story, richly steeped in Metis culture, focuses on the boyhood reminisces of Moushoom as her describes finding the "great giving tree" with his mother and father. The story emphasizes the Metis core values and beliefs including strength, kindness, courage, tolerance, honesty, respect, love, sharing, caring, balance, patience, and most of all, the important connection with the creator and Mother Earth.

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Fiddle Dancer
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Book 1 in the trilogy: Fiddle Dancer, Dancing In My Bones, Call of the Fiddle.

    Fiddle Dancer tells the tale of a young Metis boy, Nolin, and his growing awareness of his Metis heritage and identity while his "Moushoom," or grandfather, teaches him to dance. Authors Wilfred Burton and Anne Patton masterfully weave a childhood story rich in Metis culture and language. This delightful story captures the importance of Elders as role models, a child's apprehension at learning new things, and the special bond between grandparents and grandchildren. Sherry Farrell Racette provides many beautiful illustrations for the book.

    Includes a CD with English and Michif Narrations of the Story and Fiddle Music!

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Racin' Jason
Traditional Territory: Métis, Ojibway
Format: Paperback
  • After helping his Mishoomis (Grandfather) save an orphaned Appaloosa colt from a bog, Jason takes a special interest in caring for it which he names Binesi or Thunderbird. At school, the bullies make fun of his affection for the funnylooking colt he hopes to race one day. They laugh and call him Racin Jason.With support from his Grandparents, Jason raises and trains Binesi. On the day of the big race, Jason and Binesi are ready. The teasing only makes Jason more determined than ever to win.

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Spirit of the White Bison
Traditional Territory: Métis, Ojibway
Format: Paperback
  • A young bison growing up on the plains in the late 1800s faces peril at the hands of soldiers, who are destroying the great buffalo herds as a way to control native tribes. He is befriended by a native warrior and a white hunter who try to save him and his herd from annihilation.

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Santa's Helper
Author: Grant Anderson
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • In this delightful Christmas story young Sarah learns a valuable lesson about the importance of giving and sharing, and helping others.

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The Bannock Book
Author: Linda Ducharme
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • A young Metis girl helps her mother bake bannock for grandfather, who has diabetes. This is a lively and warm-hearted story that helps young readers understand diabetes and the importance of eating well.

    Two bannock recipes are included, one traditional and one healthy.

    Recommended, CM Magazine

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Life Stages and Native Women
Author: Kim Anderson
Traditional Territory: Cree, Métis
Format: Paperback
  • A rare and inspiring guide to the health and well-being of Aboriginal women and their communities.

    The process of "digging up medicines" - of rediscovering the stories of the past - serves as a powerful healing force in the decolonization and recovery of Aboriginal communities. In Life Stages and Native Women, Kim Anderson shares the teachings of fourteen elders from the Canadian prairies and Ontario to illustrate how different life stages were experienced by Metis, Cree, and Anishinaabe girls and women during the mid-twentieth century. These elders relate stories about their own lives, the experiences of girls and women of their childhood communities, and customs related to pregnancy, birth, post-natal care, infant and child care, puberty rites, gender and age-specific work roles, the distinct roles of post-menopausal women, and women's roles in managing death. Through these teachings, we learn how evolving responsibilities from infancy to adulthood shaped women's identities and place within Indigenous society, and were integral to the health and well-being of their communities. By understanding how healthy communities were created in the past, Anderson explains how this traditional knowledge can be applied toward rebuilding healthy Indigenous communities today.

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I Am Raven: A Story of Discovery
Author: David Bouchard
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • David Bouchard dives into his own life and identity in this beautifully illustrated book.

    Personal totems are often described as animal spirit guardians. Totems are passed down through family lines. The beautiful prose describes an amazing personal journey of discovery, finally, inviting the reader to do the same.

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Relatives With Roots
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Relatives With Roots: A Story About Métis Women’s Connection to the Land is a heartfelt story about a Métis grandmother who takes her granddaughter out into the bush to teach her how to pick traditional medicines. As the granddaughter learns the traditional beliefs and stories about how the Métis people use the plants for food and medicine, she feels happy to be a Métis child with access to such wonderful cultural knowledge. This charming and vibrant book introduces young readers to key concepts in the traditional Métis worldview while focusing on the special relationship between a young Métis girl and her grandmother. Relatives With Roots is the second in a series of children’s books relating to traditional Métis values by Leah Marie Dorion. The first book, The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Traditional Métis Story, was nominated in 2010 for a Willow Award in the Shining Willow category.

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Nuits de pow-wow
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • Nuits de pow-wow, the French version of Long Powwow Nights, takes you on a wonderful journey, honouring these mystical dancers who keep their traditions alive through dance and song. In its poetic verses, David Bouchard skillfully narrates the story of a mother's dedication to her roots and her efforts to impress upon her child the importance of culture and identity.

    Internationally revered Native American artist, Leonard Paul, brings the story alive with his beautiful renditions of powwow dancers, warriors, and stunning landscape.

    The book is accompanied by a CD, which includes music by internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter, Buffy Sainte-Marie.

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Tilly: a Story of Hope and Resilience
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Tilly has always known she’s part Lakota on her dad’s side. She’s grown up with the traditional teachings of her grandma, relishing the life lessons of her beloved mentor. But it isn’t until an angry man shouts something on the street that Tilly realizes her mom is Aboriginal, too—a Cree woman taken from her own parents as a baby.

    Tilly feels her mother’s pain deeply. She’s always had trouble fitting in at school, and when her grandma dies unexpectedly, her anchor is gone. Then Abby, a grade seven classmate, invites her home for lunch and offers her “something special” to drink. Nothing has prepared Tilly for the tingling in her legs, the buzz in her head and the awesome feeling that she can do anything. From then on, partying seems to offer an escape from her insecurities. But after one dangerously drunken evening, Tilly knows she has to change. Summoning her courage, she begins the long journey to finding pride in herself and her heritage. Just when she needs it most, a mysterious stranger offers some wise counsel: “Never question who you are or who your people are. It’s in your eyes. I know it’s in your heart.”

    Loosely based on author Monique Gray Smith’s own life, this revealing, important work of creative non-fiction tells the story of a young Indigenous woman coming of age in Canada in the 1980s. With compassion, insight and humour, Gray Smith illuminates the 20th-century history of Canada’s First Peoples—forced displacement, residen­tial schools, tuberculosis hospitals, the Sixties Scoop. In a spirit of hope, this unique story captures the irrepressible resilience of Tilly, and of Indigenous peoples everywhere

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Beneath Raven Moon
Author: David Bouchard
Traditional Territory: Kwakwaka'wakw, Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • There are as many Creation stories as there are First Nations on Turtle Island. The story of a Great Flood is known to indigenous people in every corner of the world. But what about the Moon? Who made her? What was her intended purpose?

    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.

    The story unfolds in the territory of the Kwakwaka’wakw people – now also known as British Columbia’s Inside Passage – where Raven and Eagle join together in good-natured conspiracy to foster a heart-warming romance.

    Follow the magical vision of Métis author David Bouchard and Kwakwaka’wakw artist Andy Everson to learn why Raven found it necessary to bless us with the heavenly sphere that guides we two-leggeds and illuminates our night sky. And enjoy the enchantment of the music and flute of Mary Youngblood as you sit in wonder ... Beneath Raven Moon.

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The Comic Book War
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Can three comic-book superheroes, and a rock that falls from the sky, really protect Robert Tourond's brothers as they fight the enemy in Europe during World War II?

    It's 1943 and World War II is raging. 13-year-old Robert Tourond is safe at home in Calgary, but his three brothers are all overseas, fighting the Nazis. A dreamer, Robert closely follows the exploits of his three favourite comic book heroes - Captain Ice, Sedna of the Sea and the Maple Leaf Kid - who also battle the bad guys in the weekly comics he spends his allowance on. Robert decides that the superheroes will protect his brothers and bring them home, so when he recovers a meteorite that he saw fall in Nose Hill Park near his home, in the very same week that a meteorite features in the story lines of all three of his heroes, he has no doubt that a magical link exists between them.

    Robert has a nemesis of his own on the streets of Calgary – a girl they call "Crazy Charlie", though not to her face. Charlie and Robert's paths seem entwined as well – Charlie wins the prize money that Robert badly needs to keep the comics coming. When Robert gets a job delivering telegrams, Charlie's doing it too, cutting into his profits.

    First they discover exactly what news those telegrams they're fighting to deliver has for the recipients. Then Charlie has to deliver one to Robert's house.

    Can Robert and his heroes really protect all three brothers and bring them home? What will happen if reality comes crashing into his world, like a meteorite falling from space? Who will help then?

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Girls Dance, Boys Fiddle
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Young Metisse may think she has two left feet when it comes to dancing, but her hands know how to coax beautiful music from a fiddle. If only everyone would understand. Girls Dance, Boys Fiddle is a funny but feeling story of a girl who has to challenge tradition to prove that she can fiddle with the best. Carole Lindstrom's thoughtful story is warmed and brightened by Kimberley McKay's vivid illustrations.

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My Métis Sash
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 3

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    This book is about a Métis sash.
    This sash is made from 5 coloured threads.
    The threads are woven together.
    Weaving the threads together makes a sash very strong.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740739

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My Métis Sash (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 3

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    This book is about a Métis sash.
    This sash is made from 5 coloured threads.
    The threads are woven together.
    Weaving the threads together makes a sash very strong.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740906

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Métis People Travel!
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 6

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    Métis people have different ways of traveling over the land and water in the summer, fall, winter and spring.
    This book will show you some of the ways that Métis people can travel.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740722

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Métis People Travel! (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 6

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    Métis people have different ways of traveling over the land and water in the summer, fall, winter and spring.
    This book will show you some of the ways that Métis people can travel.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740890

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I Can Bead
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 8

    Back cover book introduction:
    Beads are small. They come in many colours.
    This book is about learning to make things with beads.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740715

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I Can Bead (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 8

    Back cover book introduction:
    Beads are small. They come in many colours.
    This book is about learning to make things with beads.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740883

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Giving Thanks
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 10

    Back cover book introduction:
    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.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740708

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Giving Thanks (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 10

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    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.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740876

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A Métis New Year
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 12

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    New Year’s Eve is on December 31. It is the last day of the year. At midnight the old year ends and a new one begins.
    In this book you will learn about some of the ways that Métis families have fun on New Year’s Eve.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740678

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A Métis New Year (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 12

    Back cover book introduction:
    New Year’s Eve is on December 31. It is the last day of the year. At midnight the old year ends and a new one begins.
    In this book you will learn about some of the ways that Métis families have fun on New Year’s Eve.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740845

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Two Métis Vests
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 14

    Back cover book introduction:
    A Métis vest is a piece of clothing. It is like a short jacket but it has no sleeves. It has buttons down the front.
    Métis women decorate the vests with colourful designs and fringes.
    There are pictures of two Métis vests in this book. Which one do you think would be the hardest to make? Why?

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740685

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Two Métis Vests (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 14

    Back cover book introduction:
    A Métis vest is a piece of clothing. It is like a short jacket but it has no sleeves. It has buttons down the front.
    Métis women decorate the vests with colourful designs and fringes.
    There are pictures of two Métis vests in this book. Which one do you think would be the hardest to make? Why?

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740852

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A Red River Cart
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 16

    Back cover book introduction:
    The Red River cart is very strong. It is built by the Métis people to carry heavy loads of furs and other things.
    This book will show you how a Red River cart is made.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740692

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A Red River Cart (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 16

    Back cover book introduction:
    The Red River cart is very strong. It is built by the Métis people to carry heavy loads of furs and other things.
    This book will show you how a Red River cart is made.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740869

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Ways to Carry A Métis Baby
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 18

    Back cover book introduction:
    Métis mothers have many ways to carry their babies.
    This book will show you some of the ways that Métis mothers carried their babies long ago.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    ISBN: 9781771740746

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Ways to Carry A Métis Baby (6-pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Level 18

    Back cover book introduction:
    Métis mothers have many ways to carry their babies.
    This book will show you some of the ways that Métis mothers carried their babies long ago.

    Book Dimensions: 6in x 9in
    Pages: 16
    6-Pack ISBN: 9781771740913

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Metis Soldiers of Saskatchewan: 1914-1953
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Métis Soldiers of Saskatchewan greatly contributes to our knowledge of the role played by Saskatchewan’s Métis during Canada’s war efforts. This important commemorative book contains hundreds of photographs as well as a detailed list of more than 1,700 Métis soldiers from Saskatchewan who fought in two World Wars and the Korean war.

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My First Métis Lobstick
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Leah Marie Dorion’s My First Métis Lobstick takes young readers back to Canada’s fur trade era by focusing on a Métis family’s preparations for a lobstick celebration and feast in the boreal forest. Through the eyes of a young boy, we see how important lobstick making and ceremony was to the Métis community. From the Great Lakes to the present-day Northwest Territories, lobstick poles—important cultural and geographical markers, which merged Cree, Ojibway, and French-Canadian traditions—dotted the landscape of our great northern boreal forest. This little known aspect of Métis history vividly comes to life through Leah Marie Dorion’s crisp prose and stunning gallery-quality artwork.

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Lightfinder
Author: Aaron Paquette
Traditional Territory: Cree, Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Lightfinder is a Young Adult fantasy novel about Aisling , a young Cree woman who sets out into the wilderness with her Kokum (grandmother), Aunty and two young men she barely knows.

    They have to find and rescue her runaway younger brother, Eric. Along the way she learns that the legends of her people might be real and that she has a growing power of her own. The story follows the paths of Aisling and Eric, siblings unwittingly thrust into a millennia old struggle for the future of life on earth. It deals with growing up, love and loss, and the choices life puts in our path. Love and confusion are in store, as are loss and pain. Things are not always what they seem and danger surrounds them at every turn. Will Raven's mysterious purposes prevail? With darkness closing in how will they find the light to g uide them? Will Aisling find Eric in time?

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Rekindling the Sacred Fire: Metis Ancestry and Anishinaabe Spirituality
Author: Chantal Fiola
Traditional Territory: Anishinaabeg, Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Why don’t more Métis people go to traditional ceremonies? How does going to ceremonies impact Métis identity? In Rekindling the Sacred Fire, Chantal Fiola investigates the relationship between Red River Métis ancestry, Anishinaabe spirituality, and identity, bringing into focus the ongoing historical impacts of colonization upon Métis relationships with spirituality on the Canadian prairies. Using a methodology rooted in Anishinaabe knowledge and principles along with select Euro-Canadian research practices and tools, Fiola’s work is a model for indigenized research.

    Fiola’s interviews of people with Métis ancestry, or an historic familial connection to the Red River Métis, who participate in Anishinaabe ceremonies, shares stories about family history, self-identification, and their relationships with Aboriginal and Euro-Canadian cultures and spiritualities. This study seeks to understand the historical suppression of Anishinaabe spirituality among the Métis and its more recent reconnection that breaks down the colonial divisions between their cultures.

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Strong Readers Set: Single Set of the Métis Series*
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Our new Métis Series launched in December 2014.

    Single sets include 1 copy each of 8 titles in the Métis Series.

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Strong Readers Set: Guided Reading Set of the Métis Series*
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Our new Strong Readers: Métis Series launched in December 2014.

    Guided Reading sets include 6 copies of each of the 8 titles in the Métis Series.

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Page As Bone Ink As Blood
Traditional Territory: Métis
  • Death, desire, and divination are the threads running through Jonina Kirton's debut collection of poems and lyric prose. Delicate and dark, the pieces are like whispers in the night - a haunted, quiet telling of truths the mind has locked away but the body remembers. Loosely autobiographical, these are the weavings of a wagon-goddess who ventures into the double-world existence as a mixed-race woman. In her struggle for footing in this in-between space, she moves from the disco days oftrance dance to contemplations in her dream kitchen as a mother and wife.

    With this collection, Kirton adds her voice to the call for the kind of fierce honesty referred to by Muriel Rukeyser when she asked, What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open. Kirton tells her truth with gentleness and patience, splitting the world open one line at a time.

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The Outside Circle: A Graphic Novel
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • In this important graphic novel, two Aboriginal brothers surrounded by poverty, drug abuse, and gang violence, try to overcome centuries of historic trauma in very different ways to bring about positive change in their lives.

    Pete, a young Aboriginal man wrapped up in gang violence, lives with his younger brother, Joey, and his mother who is a heroin addict. One night, Pete and his mother’s boyfriend, Dennis, get into a big fight, which sends Dennis to the morgue and Pete to jail. Initially, Pete keeps up ties to his crew, until a jail brawl forces him to realize the negative influence he has become on Joey, which encourages him to begin a process of rehabilitation that includes traditional Aboriginal healing circles and ceremonies.

    Powerful, courageous, and deeply moving, The Outside Circle is drawn from the author’s twenty years of work and research on healing and reconciliation of gang-affiliated or incarcerated Aboriginal men.

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Northern Writers: Volume 5
Author: M. D. Meyer
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • Northern Writers Volume 5 has something to suit every taste with a rich smorgasbord of writing styles and genres all reflecting the wealth of diversity found in the North.

    Contributions to this anthology include a legend embedded in a story of a boat ride with his grandfather by Ferrin Towers; a numismatist’s view of Manitoba’s trade tokens by historian, Scott M. Hopkins; a children’s story about York Boat Days by Corrine Clyne; memories of the S.S. Keenora by celebrated story-teller, Clarence Thordarson; reflective stories for youth by young adult author, Dana L. Coates and children’s book author, Brenda Fontaine; an essay on Aboriginal Poverty by university student, David Kelvin McKay; poems by local writers, Doug Senio and Marcel C. Menow; a blog post about his new life in Africa by Josiah Meyer; poems and song lyrics by Dorene Meyer and Paul Meyer; children’s stories from teachers Erin Hopkins and Samuel Parmar; memories of Holland during World War II by former northern outpost nurse, Suzanna Abels-Meyer; and memories of her childhood in Tootinawaziibeeng First Nations by Deborah Ironstand.

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Mother Earth Colouring and Activity Book
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This original colouring book gives children of all ages and families an opportunity to explore and discover Indigenous culture through colouring. Arts educator Leah Marie Dorion enhances the colouring experience by providing activities to develop basic creative and critical thinking, and drawing skills. This book was specifically made for parents, early learning teachers, art educators, childcare programs, and family literacy programs who want imaginative interactive learning materials with Indigenous content.

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My Heart Fills with Happiness
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Board Book
  • The sun on your face. The smell of warm bannock baking in the oven. Holding the hand of someone you love. What fills your heart with happiness? This beautiful board book, with illustrations from celebrated artist Julie Flett, serves as a reminder for little ones and adults alike to reflect on and cherish the moments in life that bring us joy.
    International speaker and award-winning author Monique Gray Smith wrote My Heart Fills with Happiness to support the wellness of Indigenous children and families, and to encourage young children to reflect on what makes them happy.

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Road Allowance Kitten
Author: Wilfred Burton
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • They say, “Home is where the heart is.” For Rosie and Madeline, home also included their pet kitten. Imagine being told you have to leave your home … without your pet. Based on a true story, Road Allowance Kitten gives readers a glimpse into the history of the Road Allowance Métis and their forced removal from their humble, but beloved, homes on the road allowance. Award-winning children’s author Wilfred Burton skillfully shares this story through the eyes of the children involved. The vibrant illustrations by Christina Johns are the perfect accompaniment to this authentic vignette of a little-known part of Prairie history.

    Comes with a CD featuring the English and Michif narrations of the book.

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The Girl Who Grew a Galaxy
Author: Cherie Dimaline
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • From award-winning author Cherie Dimaline comes a tale of struggle, hope and the kind of magic that can only happen when you mix the Mississippi and the Georgian Bay.

    A galaxy of odd planets spins around Ruby Bloom's head, slick and regulated as a game of snooker.

    The big purple one is Anxiety. It grew in the slipstream of Guilt, a smooth, loud planet with two moons: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Agoraphobia. The black one is Envy. It's crusted with ice and solid as tungsten. The pink spotted one, a loud sparkly affair, is Fantasy and is careens wildly about like a ball after the break. There is a shiny amber globe that catches passing light; a small marble named Longing that is the brightest of all the orbs.

    The universe didn't start with a big bang of cosmic proportions; instead it grew out of trauma that occured in the middle on an otherwise quiet childhood. It began the day Ruby Bloom, age seven and a half, killed her grandfather.

    "Cherie Dimaline writes like an angel. One tough, hard-edged angel, but an angel nonetheless"
    -- Tomson Highway

    "Cherie Dimaline is a fabulous writer, a fierce Metis poet-warrior who dances and slashes her way through the hallucinogenic heartbreak and hilarity of contemporary Indigenous experiences in Canada. Her word-worlds are tough, tender, and terrifying; she'll tear you heart out and you will be better--and grateful--for the experience. I've long been a fan of her work, but this book is something fresh and wonderful, and with it she shows again why she's a writer to watch. The Girl Who Grew A Galaxy will grace you with its beauty, touch you with its truth, and haunt your imagination."
    --Daniel Heath Justice Ph.D.

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Stories of Our People book 3: Whistle for Protection
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This series is a departure from other books about Aboriginal or traditional stories. It includes five stories. As readers go through the series, they will notice that the narrative and artwork gets progressively darker. The series starts with trickster stories, then moves to a Whiitigo and Paakuk story, then jumps to a story about selling one’s soul and personal redemption, and finally to a Roogaroo story.

    This project came to life from the stories of our Elders, and as such, original transcripts of the stories, prose renditions by Janice DePeel, and biographies of the storytellers and project team are available on the Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture: www.metismuseum.ca/browse/index.php?id=13100

    Based on stories by Norman Fleury, Gilbert Pelletier, Jeanne Pelletier, Joe Welsh, and Norma Welsh.

    Stories of Our People/Lii zistwayr di la naasyoon di Michif Series:
    How Michif was Lost
    Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
    Whistle for Protection
    Sins of the Righteous
    Attack of the Roogaroos!

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Stories of Our People book 2: Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This series is a departure from other books about Aboriginal or traditional stories. It includes five stories. As readers go through the series, they will notice that the narrative and artwork gets progressively darker. The series starts with trickster stories, then moves to a Whiitigo and Paakuk story, then jumps to a story about selling one’s soul and personal redemption, and finally to a Roogaroo story.

    This project came to life from the stories of our Elders, and as such, original transcripts of the stories, prose renditions by Janice DePeel, and biographies of the storytellers and project team are available on the Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture: www.metismuseum.ca/browse/index.php?id=13100

    Based on stories by Norman Fleury, Gilbert Pelletier, Jeanne Pelletier, Joe Welsh, and Norma Welsh.

    Stories of Our People/Lii zistwayr di la naasyoon di Michif Series:
    How Michif was Lost
    Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
    Whistle for Protection
    Sins of the Righteous
    Attack of the Roogaroos!

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Stories of Our People book 4: Sins of the Righteous
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This series is a departure from other books about Aboriginal or traditional stories. It includes five stories. As readers go through the series, they will notice that the narrative and artwork gets progressively darker. The series starts with trickster stories, then moves to a Whiitigo and Paakuk story, then jumps to a story about selling one’s soul and personal redemption, and finally to a Roogaroo story.

    This project came to life from the stories of our Elders, and as such, original transcripts of the stories, prose renditions by Janice DePeel, and biographies of the storytellers and project team are available on the Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture: www.metismuseum.ca/browse/index.php?id=13100

    Based on stories by Norman Fleury, Gilbert Pelletier, Jeanne Pelletier, Joe Welsh, and Norma Welsh.

    Stories of Our People/Lii zistwayr di la naasyoon di Michif Series:
    How Michif was Lost
    Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
    Whistle for Protection
    Sins of the Righteous
    Attack of the Roogaroos!

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Stories of Our People book 5: Attack of the Roogaroos!
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This series is a departure from other books about Aboriginal or traditional stories. It includes five stories. As readers go through the series, they will notice that the narrative and artwork gets progressively darker. The series starts with trickster stories, then moves to a Whiitigo and Paakuk story, then jumps to a story about selling one’s soul and personal redemption, and finally to a Roogaroo story.

    This project came to life from the stories of our Elders, and as such, original transcripts of the stories, prose renditions by Janice DePeel, and biographies of the storytellers and project team are available on the Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture: www.metismuseum.ca/browse/index.php?id=13100

    Based on stories by Norman Fleury, Gilbert Pelletier, Jeanne Pelletier, Joe Welsh, and Norma Welsh.

    Stories of Our People/Lii zistwayr di la naasyoon di Michif Series:
    How Michif was Lost
    Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
    Whistle for Protection
    Sins of the Righteous
    Attack of the Roogaroos!

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Stories of Our People book 1: How Michif was Lost
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • This series is a departure from other books about Aboriginal or traditional stories. It includes five stories. As readers go through the series, they will notice that the narrative and artwork gets progressively darker. The series starts with trickster stories, then moves to a Whiitigo and Paakuk story, then jumps to a story about selling one’s soul and personal redemption, and finally to a Roogaroo story.

    This project came to life from the stories of our Elders, and as such, original transcripts of the stories, prose renditions by Janice DePeel, and biographies of the storytellers and project team are available on the Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture: www.metismuseum.ca/browse/index.php?id=13100

    Based on stories by Norman Fleury, Gilbert Pelletier, Jeanne Pelletier, Joe Welsh, and Norma Welsh.

    Stories of Our People/Lii zistwayr di la naasyoon di Michif Series:
    How Michif was Lost
    Chi-Jean and the Red Willows
    Whistle for Protection
    Sins of the Righteous
    Attack of the Roogaroos!

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Spirit Gifting: The Concept of Spiritual Exchange
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Join author Elmer Ghostkeeper as he guides us back to the 1940's and explains the yearly Métis cycle of Mekiachahkewewin or Spirit Gifting, wherein humans engage in a collaborative project with the Earth for mutual survival. When resource industries come to Paddle River, the community's relationship with the Earth changes profoundly. Ghostkeeper eloquently describes his experience of these opposing world views.

    From the Forward ...

    "The information delves into the natural cycles of Métis. Placing it in a personal context strengthens the experience for the reader and makes it that much more meaningful."

    Dr. Wanda Wuttannee
    Department Head, Native Studies
    University of Manitoba

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Red Rooms
Author: Cherie Dimaline
Traditional Territory: Métis, Ojibway
Format: Paperback
  • Red Rooms is a unique journey articulating the lives of the Native patrons of an urban hotel as seen through the eyes of the hotels cleaning lady. The characters face the crises in their lives in ways that are easily identifiable and not uncommon to Native people. What is unique about this collection of stories is Dimaline's sometimes cryptic, sometimes comedic, always compassionate and visionary housekeeper who offers hindsight, insight and foresight to the reader in the representation of their lives."Haunting and complex Red Rooms is the Native Rosetta Stone. A lovely tour de force from an up-and-coming writer to watch."Eden Robinson

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The Break
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • When Stella, a young Métis mother, looks out her window one evening and spots someone in trouble on the Break — a barren field on an isolated strip of land outside her house — she calls the police to alert them to a possible crime.

    In a series of shifting narratives, people who are connected, both directly and indirectly, with the victim — police, family, and friends — tell their personal stories leading up to that fateful night. Lou, a social worker, grapples with the departure of her live-in boyfriend. Cheryl, an artist, mourns the premature death of her sister Rain. Paulina, a single mother, struggles to trust her new partner. Phoenix, a homeless teenager, is released from a youth detention centre. Officer Scott, a Métis policeman, feels caught between two worlds as he patrols the city. Through their various perspectives a larger, more comprehensive story about lives of the residents in Winnipeg’s North End is exposed.

    A powerful intergenerational family saga, The Break showcases Vermette’s abundant writing talent and positions her as an exciting new voice in Canadian literature.

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Passage
Author: Gwen Benaway
Traditional Territory: Anishinaabeg, Métis
Format: Paperback
  • In her second collection of poetry, Passage, Gwen Benaway examines what it means to experience violence and speaks to the burden of survival. Traveling to Northern Ontario and across the Great Lakes, Passage is a poetic voyage through divorce, family violence, legacy of colonization, and the affirmation of a new sexuality and gender. Previously published as a man, Passage is the poet's first collection written as a transwoman. Striking and raw in sparse lines, the collection showcases a vital Two Spirited identity that transects borders of race, gender, and experience. In Passage, the poet seeks to reconcile herself to the land, the history of her ancestors, and her separation from her partner and family by invoking the beauty and power of her ancestral waterways. Building on the legacy of other ground-breaking Indigenous poets like Gregory Scofield and Queer poets like Tim Dlugos, Benaway's work is deeply personal and devastating in sharp, clear lines. Passage is a book burning with a beautiful intensity and reveals Benaway as one of the most powerful emerging poets writing in Indigenous poetics today.

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Not My Fate: The Story of a Nisga'a Survivor
Author: Janet Romain
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Josephine Caplin (Jo) was born into a world marred by maternal abandonment, alcoholism and traumatic epileptic seizures. In grade three, she was apprehended by child services and separated from her protective brother and her early caregivers, her father and uncle, who were kind men with drinking problems. Placed into many alienating and lonely foster homes, Jo would not see her family again until she was fourteen. Throughout her life Jo fought symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome, abuse by sadistic men and the collective horror of generations of ancestors forced into residential schools, causing many to believe Jo was destined to repeat a hopeless cycle. Yet she did not surrender to others' despairing expectations: against all odds, Jo fought to create her own cycle full of hope and growth.

    Born of a Métis-Canadian background, author Janet Romain delicately and proudly tells the story of her heroic friend and explores the tragic aftermath of Canada's residential schools and the effects of colonization. Jo is a courageous woman who determined her own fate and reclaimed her life. NOT MY FATE: STORY OF A NISGA'A SURVIVOR is her struggle to move past a legacy of hardship toward a life of peace and forgiveness.

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Ma ceinture fléchée métisse
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Ce livre est au sujet d’une ceinture fléchée métisse.

    Cette ceinture fléchée est faite de cinq fils colorés.

    Les fils sont tissés ensemble.

    La ceinture est très forte parce que les fils sont tissés ensemble.

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Les Métis voyagent!
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Les Métis voyagent de différentes façons sur l’eau et sur la terre en été, en automne, en hiver et au printemps.

    Dans ce livre, tu vas apprendre les façons que les Métis peuvent voyager.

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Je peux perler
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Les perles sont petites. Elles sont de différentes couleurs.

    Nous apprenons comment perler dans ce livre.

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Rendre grâces
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Souvent, nous montrons de la gratitude
    pour les bonnes choses de la vie.
    Dans ce livre, tu vas lire au sujet des
    choses pour lesquelles les aînés métis
    rendent grâces.

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La veille du jour de l’an métis
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • La veille du jour de l’An est le 31 décembre. C’est le dernier jour de l’année. À minuit, la vieille année se termine et une nouvelle année commence.

    Tu vas apprendre comment les familles métisses s’amusent la veille du jour de l’An.

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Deux gilets métis
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Un gilet métis est un vêtement. Il est comme une veste courte sans manches. Il a des boutons sur le devant.
    Les femmes métisses adornent les gilets avec des dessins colorés et des franges.

    Il y a des images de deux gilets métis dans ce livre. Lequel des deux serait plus difficile à faire d’après toi ? Pourquoi ?

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Une charrette de la rivière Rouge
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • La charrette de la rivière Rouge est très forte. Les Métis la ont pour transporter des fourrures et des choses lourdes.

    Tu vas voir comment ils font une charrette de la rivière Rouge.

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Les façons de porter un bébé métis
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Les mamans Métis ont beaucoup de façons de porter leurs bébés.

    Tu vas voir certaines façons que les mamans Métis portaient leurs bébés il y a longtemps.

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Collection les Métis
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • All 8 books in the Collection les Métis series!

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The Marrow Theives
Author: Cherie Dimaline
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Humanity has nearly destroyed its world through global warming, but now an even greater evil lurks. The indigenous people of North America are being hunted and harvested for their bone marrow, which carries the key to recovering something the rest of the population has lost: the ability to dream. In this dark world, Frenchie and his companions struggle to survive as they make their way up north to the old lands. For now, survival means staying hidden - but what they don't know is that one of them holds the secret to defeating the marrow thieves.

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Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Canada's relationship with its Indigenous people has suffered as a result of both the residential school system and the lack of understanding of the historical and current impact of those schools. Healing and repairing that relationship requires education, awareness and increased understanding of the legacy and the impacts still being felt by Survivors and their families. Guided by acclaimed Indigenous author Monique Gray Smith, readers will learn about the lives of Survivors and listen to allies who are putting the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission into action.

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You Hold Me Up
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Hardcover
  • This vibrant picture book, beautifully illustrated by celebrated artist Danielle Daniel, encourages children to show love and support for each other and to consider each other’s well-being in their everyday actions.

    Consultant, international speaker and award-winning author Monique Gray Smith wrote You Hold Me Up to prompt a dialogue among young people, their care providers and educators about reconciliation and the importance of the connections children make with their friends, classmates and families. This is a foundational book about building relationships, fostering empathy and encouraging respect between peers, starting with our littlest citizens.

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We Are All Connected: Métis, Wetlands and Mallards - Pre-order
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • “We Are All Connected” is a series that explores how we all live together in a shared balance upon Mother Earth. Each book explores a specific ecosystem with a focus on one animal and its adaptations for survival within that ecosystem. Indigenous interviewees, each living in one of these same areas, have responded to strategic questions as to how their community interacts with the same land, their traditional territory. Explore each text with a sense of inquiry in mind.

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Deux gilets métis (6-Pack)
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Un gilet métis est un vêtement. Il est comme une veste courte sans manches. Il a des boutons sur le devant.
    Les femmes métisses adornent les gilets avec des dessins colorés et des franges.

    Il y a des images de deux gilets métis dans ce livre. Lequel des deux serait plus difficile à faire d’après toi ? Pourquoi ?

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Nathan
Author: Susan Ouriou
Traditional Territory: Métis
Format: Paperback
  • Ten-year-old Nathan has a number of big challenges to overcome. One is the school bully who delights in tormenting him. Another is Nathan's Grampa who has Alzheimer's. When Grampa moves in with Nathan, he introduces him to part of his heritage he knew nothing about: a First Nations ancestor whose story of hope inspires Nathan to face himself, and the future.

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