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Our Strong Stories focus on different First Nation territories from across Canada and the United States. These stories reflect the belief that our stories are the roots of our people, our lands and our cultures. It is from our stories that we grow and become strong and proud. 

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Granny and I Get Traditional Names
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, told in the voice of a young girl, she describes how she and her Granny get ready for their naming ceremony. When the special day arrives, the Longhouse fills with people who will witness and celebrate the sharing of their traditional names.

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Granny and I Get Traditional Names 6-Pack
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, told in the voice of a young girl, she describes how she and her Granny get ready for their naming ceremony. When the special day arrives, the Longhouse fills with people who will witness and celebrate the sharing of their traditional names.

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This is a 6-Pack Bundle, which contains 6 copies of Granny and I Get Traditional Names.

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$51.00

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Mom, How Do You Make Smoked Fish?
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, step-by-step instructions for gathering wood and catching, filleting and then smoking fish are given. The text and illustrations support the reader’s understanding of the process and emphasize the respect shown by the Coast Salish people for the circle of life.

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Mom, How Do You Make Smoked Fish? 6-Pack
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, step-by-step instructions for gathering wood and catching, filleting and then smoking fish are given. The text and illustrations support the reader’s understanding of the process and emphasize the respect shown by the Coast Salish people for the circle of life.

Educator Information
This is a 6-Pack Bundle, which contains 6 copies of Mom, How Do You Make Smoked Fish?.

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$51.00

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Taking Care of Our Mother Earth
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, it is explained how each family played a traditional role in taking care of our Mother Earth. From controlled burning to ethical hunting and fishing practices, the Coast Salish people were, and still are, taught by their elders to respect Mother Earth.

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: Taking Care of Our Mother Earth 6-Pack
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, it is explained how each family played a traditional role in taking care of our Mother Earth. From controlled burning to ethical hunting and fishing practices, the Coast Salish people were, and still are, taught by their elders to respect Mother Earth.

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This is a 6-Pack Bundle, which contains 6 copies of Taking Care of Our Mother Earth.

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$51.00

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: The Cedar Tree: The Heart of Our People
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, learn about the importance of the cedar tree to the culture and history of the Coast Salish people. Descriptions of items made from the wood and bark of this special tree are included. Also explained in the story is the protocol for harvesting cedar bark.

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Strong Stories Coast Salish: The Cedar Tree: The Heart of Our People 6-Pack
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Coast Salish;

In this Coast Salish story, learn about the importance of the cedar tree to the culture and history of the Coast Salish people. Descriptions of items made from the wood and bark of this special tree are included. Also explained in the story is the protocol for harvesting cedar bark.

Educator Information
This is a 6-Pack Bundle, which contains 6 copies of The Cedar Tree: The Heart of Our People.

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$51.00

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Bald Eagle, Bald Eagle
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

There are many animals that live within the Dakelh Territory. Follow along with this playful poem as the animals spot each other. What kinds of animals have you spotted in your area?

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Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Bald Eagle, Bald Eagle 6-Pack
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

There are many animals that live within the Dakelh Territory. Follow along with this playful poem as the animals spot each other. What kinds of animals have you spotted in your area?

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There are six copies of this title included in this 6-pack set.

Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Berries of the Dakelh Territory
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

Wild berries grow almost everywhere. Some wild berries are good to eat while others will make you sick. It is important to know if a berry is safe to eat before you pop it into your mouth! What kinds of berries have you eaten?

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Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Berries of the Dakelh Territory 6-Pack
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

Wild berries grow almost everywhere. Some wild berries are good to eat while others will make you sick. It is important to know if a berry is safe to eat before you pop it into your mouth! What kinds of berries have you eaten?

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There are six copies of this title included in this 6-pack set.

Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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$51.00

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Berry Picking with ‘Atsoo
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

Travelling up to Sinkut Mountain was a favourite summer memory of the author, Cecilia John. Her and her family would pick wild berries. Her ‘Atsoo (grandmother) taught her many things. Who is a person that teaches you many things?

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Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Berry Picking with ‘Atsoo 6-Pack
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

Travelling up to Sinkut Mountain was a favourite summer memory of the author, Cecilia John. Her and her family would pick wild berries. Her ‘Atsoo (grandmother) taught her many things. Who is a person that teaches you many things?

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There are six copies of this title included in this 6-pack set.

Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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Authentic Indigenous Text
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$51.00

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Strong Stories Dakelh: Counting in Carrier
Authors:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Artists:
Cecilia John (Dakelh;)
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Dakelh;

Counting to ten in Carrier is like counting to ten in English. But when you count people in Carrier it is not the same at all. Can you count in any other language?

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Written in Carrier and English.

Recommended for primary students (grades 1-3).

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