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Rabbit and Otter Go Sugarbushing | Gii-iskigamizigewaad Waabooz miinawaa Nigig

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Follow Rabbit and Otter as they go out to harvest maple sap and meet a new friend, Squirrel. Beautifully illustrated. In English and Ojibwemowin.
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Author

Written by Liz Granholm. Illustrated by Anna Granholm. Liz Ganholm is a mother of four and a second language Ojibwe speaker. She has a degree in Elementary Education and wrote her first novel in 2010. Anna Granholm loves to create new worlds and draw visuals of her stories into books, comics, and webtoons. She is always practicing the arts with media such as acrylic painting, clay, sewing, and watercolor.  

Summary

Rabbit and Otter go out harvesting maple sap and meet a new friend, Squirrel. Beautifully illustrated on every page with full-page illustrations. In English and Ojibwemowin. The Rabbit and Otter characters also appear in "Rabit and Otter go Wild Ricing." 

Blackbears and Blueberries Publishing is a Native-owned nonpprofit publishing company with a focus on creating and developing Native children's books for all young people written by Native authors and illustrators. 

Details

  • 8.5" x 8.5"
  • Paperback 
  • 44 pages
  • Fully illustrated picture book
  • Published 2021

 

Author

Written by Liz Granholm. Illustrated by Anna Granholm. Liz Ganholm is a mother of four and a second language Ojibwe speaker. She has a degree in Elementary Education and wrote her first novel in 2010. Anna Granholm loves to create new worlds and draw visuals of her stories into books, comics, and webtoons. She is always practicing the arts with media such as acrylic painting, clay, sewing, and watercolor.  

Summary

Rabbit and Otter go out harvesting maple sap and meet a new friend, Squirrel. Beautifully illustrated on every page with full-page illustrations. In English and Ojibwemowin. The Rabbit and Otter characters also appear in "Rabit and Otter go Wild Ricing." 

Blackbears and Blueberries Publishing is a Native-owned nonpprofit publishing company with a focus on creating and developing Native children's books for all young people written by Native authors and illustrators. 

Details

  • 8.5" x 8.5"
  • Paperback 
  • 44 pages
  • Fully illustrated picture book
  • Published 2021

 

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