Series: The Eagle FeatherHardcoverKevin Locke9781989122228$11.95JUVENILE NONFICTION Sep 01, 2019
When we look up to the sky and see a beautiful eagle soaring by, we may stop to appreciate its graceful sight, but, as Kevin Locke explains, eagles also have powerful teachings to offer. In this book Kevin shares with us that each feather on the eagle's wing represents a virtue that we can all learn from. Suggested for Ages 4-6
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 help them process their feelings with the help of Mother Earth. Recommended for ages 4-6
Series: Gifts from RavenHardcoverJaadee Kung9781989122198$11.95JUVENILE NONFICTION Sep 01, 2019
In this books the author 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. Suggested for ages 4-6
There once was a Hoop Dancer who had many teachings to share about how to live in peace and harmony with others. In this book Teddy uses the powerful symbols of the Hoop Dance and the Medicine Wheel to show how we can all cooperate and live as one big, human family.
Phyllis's Orange Shirt is an adaptaion of The Orange Shirt Story which was the best selling children's book in Canada for several weeks in September 2018(Book manager). This true story also inspired the movement of Orange Shirt Day which could become a federal statuatory holiday. When Phyllis was a little girl she was excited to go to residential school for the first time. Her Granny bought her a bright orange shirt that she loved and she wore it to school for her first day. When she arrived at school her bright orange shirt was taken away. Thi... + Read More
Series: The Sharing CirclePaperbackTheresa “Corky” Larsen-Jonasson9780993869440$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Oct 01, 2016
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.
Series: Trudy's Rock StoryPaperbackTrudy Spiller9780993869488$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Sep 01, 2017
When a young girl from the Gitxsan Nation argues with her brother, she remembers the teachings of her grandmother and goes in search of a stone to share her feelings with.This engaging First Nation’s story teaches children that it is okay to have feelings and shows them how to process and release negative thoughts.
After the Raven (Yaahl) had finished creating the world; he realized that he was lonely. So he invited the whole world to join him in Haida Gwaii for the greatest feast you could ever imagine. At the end of the Feast each person, from all 4 sacred directions, was given a special gift that would change their lives forever!
Series: Dawn FlightA Lakota StoryPaperbackKevin Locke9780993869426$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Oct 01, 2016
Long ago, when a great flood cleansed the land of unhappiness, the Grandfather sent Wanjblí the eagle to save one virtuous member of the human race and teach her how to live a good life. The eagle is a powerful symbol of courage, wisdom, and strength. In Kevin’s book he shares an inspiring vision of unity and hope for a new generation teaching children to recognize the eagle in themselves and others and always to soar above the darkness into the light.
Series: The Medicine WheelStories of a Hoop DancerPaperbackTeddy Anderson9780993869402$14.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Oct 01, 2016
Following a young boy who is listening to the stories of his Mooshum (Grandfather), “Medicine Wheel: Stories of a Hoop Dancer” encourages children to connect with the symbol and understand inclusion of all cultures by learning along with this young boy and his friends who come to hear the story from across the world. Accompanied by vibrant illustrations from an illustrator who has done extensive work for Pixar and Disney, “Medicine Wheel: Stories of a Hoop Dancer” engages children and allows them to start relating to the world in new and exciti... + Read More
Series: The Orange Shirt StoryThe True Story of Orange Shirt DayPaperbackPhyllis Webstad9780993869495$19.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Sep 01, 2018
When Phyllis Webstad (nee Jack) turned six, she went to the residential school for the first time. On her first day at school, she wore a shiny orange shirt that her Granny had bought for her, but when she got to the school, it was taken away from her and never returned. This is the true story of Phyllis and her orange shirt. It is also the story of Orange Shirt Day (an important day of remembrance for First Nations and non First Nations Canadians).
Series: Le Cercle de PartagePaperbackTheresa “Corky” Larsen-Jonasson9780993869457$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Oct 01, 2016
Quand deux renardes rousses ont une dispute qui divise leur communauté, une gentille bisonne apporte une tresse d'herbe sacrée à une sage locale et lui demande de les aider en présidant un Cercle de Partage avec tous les animaux.
Series: Le Caillou de TrudyPaperbackTrudy Spiller9781989122020$16.99JUVENILE NONFICTION Sep 01, 2017
Quand une fillette de la Nation Gitxsan se dispute avec son frère, elle se souvient d'un des contes de sa grand-mère et part à la recherche d'un caillou avec qui parler de ses sentiments. Ce charmant récit autochtone enseigne aux enfants qu'il est normal d'avoir des sentiments et leur explique comment traiter et relâcher les sentiments négatifs.
Series: Le Festin Du CorbeauPaperbackKung Jaadee9780993869471$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Jun 01, 2018
Après que le corbeau Yaahl eut fini de créer le monde, il se rendit compte qu'il se sentait seul. Alors, il invita le monde entier à le rejoindre à Haida Gwaii pour participer au plus grand festin que vous puissiez imaginer.
Series: L'envol de L'aubeUn Récit LakotaPaperbackKevin Locke9780993869433$16.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Jun 01, 2018
Il y a très longtemps, quand un grand déluge lava le monde de ses malheurs, le Grand-Père envoya l'aigle Wanjblí pour sauver un membre vertueux de la race humaine et lui enseigner comment bien vivre. L'aigle est un puissant symbole de courage, de sagesse et de force. Il est connu dans la culture autochtone comme le lien entre le monde de l'esprit et la Terre. Dans son premier livre, Kevin partage le récit traditionnel de l'aigle qui est venu comme messager pour guider le genre humain. Il partage une vision inspirante d'unité et d'espoir pour q... + Read More
Series: La Roue MédicinaleLa Danse des Cerceaux RacontéePaperbackTeddy Anderson9780993869419$14.99JUVENILE FICTION Grade (CAN) from 2 - 5Oct 01, 2016
La danse des cerceaux et la roue médicinale sont de puissants symboles d'unité, de coopération et d'harmonie. Lors de ses représentations aux quatre coins de la planète, Teddy Anderson présente ces symboles comme des prismes au travers desquels jeunes et moins jeunes peuvent examiner le passé et prévoir l'avenir. Les quatre couleurs de la roue médicinale, noir, rouge, jaune et blanc, représentent les diverses nations et populations de la Terre. Dans son premier livre, l'auteur illustre sa vision de la Terre, soit un monde où les connaissan... + Read More
Lorsque Phyllis Webstad (née Jack) a eu six ans, elle est allée au pensionnat pour la première fois. Pour sa première journée d'école, elle portait un chandail orange tout neuf que sa grand-mère lui avait acheté. À son arrivée à l'école, on le lui a enlevé, pour ne jamais le lui redonner. Voici la vraie histoire de Phyllis et de son chandail orange. C'est aussi l'histoire de la Journée du chandail orange, un jour de commémoration important pour tous les Canadiens.
A timeless story that will always help our students and children connect with Nature.  When a young girl from the Gitxsan Nation argues with her brother, she remembers the teachings of her grandmother and goes in search of a stone to share her feelings with. This engaging First Nation's story teaches children that it is okay to have feelings and shows them how to process and release negative thoughts.
When Phyllis Webstad (nee Jack) turned six, she went to the residential school for the first time. On her first day at school, she wore a shiny orange shirt that her Granny had bought for her, but when she got to the school, it was taken away from her and never returned. This is the true story of Phyllis and her orange shirt. It is also the story of Orange Shirt Day (an important day of remembrance for First Nations and non-First Nations Canadians).
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