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By E.D. Blodgett (Author)


Featuring poems in English, French, Cree, Michif, Chinese, and Ukrainian, Poems for a Small Park celebrates the beauty of nature and multiculturalism. Blodgett’s short lyrical poems are complemented by full-colour photos of Edmonton’s natural environment … [Click to Read More]

By Raymond Yakeleya (Author), Samantha Gibbon (Illustrator), Rich Théroux (Illustrator), Antoine Mountain (Illustrator)


The Rainbow, the Midwife & the Birds is a short but welcoming introduction to Dene ways of knowing, complete with gorgeous, colourful illustrations. The artwork makes it an excellent option to add Indigenous perspectives to … [Click to Read More]

By Darlene Pearl Auger (Author), Chloe “Bluebird” Mustooch (Illustrator)


This kit features four storybooks, a CD of the stories read aloud, and a Cree Women in Song CD with a lyric booklet—making it a complete multimedia experience showcasing Woodland Cree teachings around childhood and … [Click to Read More]

By Lynda Partridge (Author), Dave Nicholson (Illustrator)


Told through the perspective of 11-year-old Lillian, Lillian & Kokomis highlights the importance of self-acceptance and community through this young girl’s experience with the foster care system. While this story could introduce early learners to … [Click to Read More]

By Diane Brown (Author), Gwaai Edenshaw (Illustrator), Jaalen Edenshaw (Illustrator)


Told in Haida, English, and French, The Two Brothers: A Haida Story is about two brothers who decide to explore the huge mountains they had seen on trips south of Haida Gwaii. One brother chooses … [Click to Read More]

By Betty Bastien (Author)


Blackfoot Ways of Knowing provides a deep dive into Blackfoot language, culture, and traditional knowledge intertwined with Betty Bastien’s engagement with her identity. Guided by Elders and her own experiences, Bastien provides an extensive exploration … [Click to Read More]