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Birdsong —Flett, Julie, author.

When a young girl moves from the country to a small town, she feels lonely and out of place. But soon she meets an elderly woman next door, who shares her love of arts and crafts. Can the girl navigate the changing seaso...

When we were alone —Robertson, David, 1977- author.

"When a young girl helps tend to her grandmother's garden, she begins to notice things that make her curious. Why does her grandmother have long, braided hair and beautifully colored clothing? Why does she speak another ...

On the trapline —Robertson, David, 1977- author.

"A boy and Moshom, his grandpa, take a trip together to visit a place of great meaning to Moshom. A trapline is where people hunt and live off the land, and it was where Moshom grew up. As they embark on their northern j...

We all play = kimêtawânaw —Flett, Julie, author, illustrator.

"From chasing, chirping birds, to swimming, squirting whales, this book for young readers reminds them how animals play just like them."

The girl and the wolf —Vermette, Katherena, 1977- author.

A young girl becomes lost in the woods after wandering too far away from her mother. Scared because she is lost, she encounters a large wolf who reminds her of her own ability to survive and find her mother again.

Black bear, red fox : colours in Cree —Flett, Julie, author, illustrator.

Provides the English and Cree words for colors, along with the pronunciation.

My heart fills with happiness = Ni sâkaskineh mîyawâten niteh ohcih —Gray Smith, Monique, 1968- author.

"This dual-language book celebrates happiness and invites children to reflect on the little things in life that bring them joy."-- Provided by publisher.

A day with Yayah —Campbell, Nicola I., author.

"An Aboriginal family goes out to forage for edibles in the woods. Grandmother passes down her knowledge of plant life. This picture book is set in the Okanagon, British Columbia."-- Provided by publisher.

We sang you home = Kikî-kîwê kîweh nikamôstamâtinân —Van Camp, Richard, author.

In this sweet and lyrical picture book from the creators of the bestselling Little You, gentle rhythmic text captures the wonder new parents feel as they welcome baby into the world. A celebration of the bond between par...

Welcome song for baby = a lullaby for newborns —Van Camp, Richard, 1971- author.

"A dual-language poem for newborns by well known First Nations writer Richard Van Camp accompanied by photographs."-- Provided by publisher.

The journey forward : a novella on reconciliation.

"From award-winning authors Richard Van Camp and Monique Gray Smith come two honest and memorable middle-grade novellas on residential schools and reconciliation. The novellas will be bound together in a "flip-book" form...

Wild berries = Pikaci-Mīnisa —Flett, Julie, author.

Celebrate the tradition of a boy and his grandmother picking wild berries in this beautifully illustrated book of the woodland landscape of the author's ancestral home.

My heart fills with happiness = Sâkaskinêw nitêh miywêyihtamowin ohci —Gray Smith, Monique, 1968- author.

"This is dual-language book that celebrates happiness and invites children to reflect on the little things in life that bring them joy. In English and Plains Cree."-- Provided by publisher.

Johnny's pheasant —Minnema, Cheryl, 1973- author.

Johnny spies a pheasant which he believes is sleeping and his Grandma fears is dead, but they learn they were both wrong when the pheasant departs, leaving behind a gift.

Little you = Kîya-k'apisîsisîyân —Van Camp, Richard, 1971- author.

This dual-language, poetic book for babies and toddlers celebrates every child and the joy babies bring into the world. In English and Plains Cree.

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