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Second Story Press Spring 2022

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Wiijibibamatoon Anangoonan/Runs with the Stars
Dual-language edition in English and Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe)
By (author): Darcy Whitecrow By (author): Heather M. O'Connor Illustrated by: Lenny Lishchenko Translated by: Kelvin Morrison
Darcy Whitecrow , Heather M. O'Connor ,

Illustrated by :

Lenny Lishchenko ,

Translated by :

Kelvin Morrison

Imprint:

Second Story Press - Toronto

ISBN:

9781772602203

Product Form:

Hardcover

Form detail:

Picture book
Hardcover , Picture book
English, Ojibwa, Translated from: English

Audience:

Juvenile: Age (years) 6 - 8, Grade (CAN) 1 - 3, Grade (US) 1 - 3, Reading age 6 - 8
May 03, 2022
$19.95 CAD
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Dimensions:

11in x 8.5 x 1 in | 1 gr

Page Count:

32 pages

Illustrations:

Colour illustrations
Second Story Press
JUVENILE FICTION / People & Places / Canada / Indigenous
Children’s / Teenage general interest: Ponies and horses|Ojibwe / Ojibwa / Ojibway|Relating to Native American people
Ontario
  • Short Description

A dual-language story in English and Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) about the Ojibwe Horses, their caretakers, and protecting a cultural legacy and bond with these historic animals.

A moving picture book about the Ojibwe Horse, the only Indigenous-bred horse in Canada.

Gaa gichi-inenimogaadeg mazinaakizon-mazina’igan igiwe Anishinaabe Mishtadimog, iwe etigoo Anishinaabe-gaa nitaagiigwad mitaadiimog gaa ayaawad omaa Canada.



As they await the birth of a new foal, a man teaches his grandchild about the Ojibwe Horses that used to roam the forests of northwestern Ontario. The horses once ran wild and free, but when Grandfather was a boy, they almost disappeared. Now he is the caretaker of his own small herd, keeping the breed alive for future generations and teaching his grandchild about the loving bond between human and animals.

Key Selling Points

  • The dual-language edition of Runs With the Stars, in Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) and English
  • A beautiful story about the Ojibwe Horse, an endangered breed stewarded by the Ojibwe people of Lac La Croix.
  • Features gorgeous illustrations by Lenny Lishchenko, illustrator of In My Anaana’s Amautik.
  • Told from the perspective of an Ojibwe child speaking to their grandfather, this book gives a personal touch to the story of the Lac La Croix horses.
  • An important story highlighting both the conservation of the breed and the relationship between Indigenous people and animals.

Darcy Whitecrow is Ojibwe and Dakota; he is a member of the Seine River First Nation band in Northwestern Ontario, where he lives. Darcy practices traditional lifestyles like trapping, fishing, and ricing, as well as traditional spirituality in both the Midewiwin and Sundance traditions. With his partner, Kim, they have started a non-profit, Grey Raven Ranch, where they have been raising and caring for the Ojibwe Horses for the last decade to help preserve the breed and the tradition of symbiotic interaction with the Ojibwe people.

Heather M. O’Connor is an award-winning children’s author and freelance writer based in Peterborough, Ontario. She first learned about Ojibwe Horses while writing for the Ontario Parks blog and quickly became obsessed.



Contributor Website

Lenny Lishchenko is not a boy. She is an illustrator, graphic designer, and comics maker who will never give up the chance to draw a good birch tree. Ukrainian-born and Canadian-raised, she’s interested in telling stories that people remember years later in the early mornings, when everything is quiet and still. She is based out of Burlington, Ontario.

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