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Heartfelt and bittersweet and layered with meaning, this book will resonate with anyone who longs to make the journey home, wherever that may be.
A hauntingly beautiful story about a little girl, Firefly, who is taken away from her grandmother and put in mission school. A must read Native boarding school story.
Artist Sam Zimmerman / Zhaawanoogiizhik explores nature, family, and Ojibwe culture through his painting, personal stories and stories handed down through generations.
A young girl, Hummingbird (Nenookass) chases a squirrel and becomes lost in the woods. Thankfully, she finds the helpful little people (memegwesiwag) who help her get back home with the assistance of the giant, Sabe. Beautifully illustrated.
In this charming and fully illustrated Ojibwe story, a young dandelion learns about the stages of life with the support of his parents and grandmother.
A beautiful Passamaqoddy story about a young girl who comes upon the little people. A lesson in the need to preserve our languages and culture.
A delightful story about a rabbit and otter who go harvesting wild rice. Written in English and Ojibwemowin.
Follow Rabbit and Otter as they go out to harvest maple sap and meet a new friend, Squirrel. Beautifully illustrated. In English and Ojibwemowin.
A heartwarming children's story about a rescue dog and his journey to finding a new home!
In this illustrated children’s story, the grandmother teaches her takoza (granddaughter) through stories while making star quilts and gardening.
An inspiring tale about a young Dakota basketball player whose determination and courage lead him through adversities. Set in 1930's South Dakota.
A heartwarming children's story about a young Native girl and her family.
Wonderful children's story about the strength in passing down stories about life and death through generations. Beautifully illustrated!
A beautifully told and illustrated story of when the little people gave the Anishinabe people the gift of maple syrup.
Stories of the Ojibwe people told from the perspective of an elderly wolf. A profound blend of histlry, spirituality, and a dash of wolf wisdom and humor.
Readers of "To Be Free" are invited to learn about the history and many expressions of racism, to explore ways of combating it, and to dare imagining a society free of it. For middle school age through adult readers. Updated second edition.
A story about a Lakota grandmother and her two grandchildren. Skateboards play a role in the author's life and appear through the story's illustrations.