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When the trees crackle with cold : a Cree calendar = Pīsimwasinahikan —Johnson-Laxdal, Bernice, 1958- author.

"The bear sleeping safely in her den, kohkom telling a story by the fire, the trees crackling with cold--we are all connected to the seasons and the cycle of nature. The calming rhythm of the words echoes the rhythm of t...

Qaqavii : a novel —Körner, Miriam, 1975- author.

When 15-year-old Emmylou arrives in Churchill, Manitoba, all she can think about is getting out of town before she ends up on the wrong end of a polar bear dinner. But things are rarely what they seem in the North and Em...

When we had sled dogs : a story from the trapline = ācimowin ohci wanihikīskanāhk —Tremblay, Ida, author.

Takes readers young and old on a journey into the past when dog teams were part of the traditional way of life in Northern Saskatchewan. Inspired by Elder Ida Tremblay's childhood memories, and told in English with Woodl...

Li'l Shadd : a story of ujima —Körner, Miriam, 1975- author.

"Li'l Shadd's father is a busy pioneer doctor. When Dr. Shadd is called away to see a patient on Li'l Shadd's birthday, the young boy struggles to understand why helping people is more important than his birthday party. ...

When the trees crackle with cold : a Cree seasons activity book —Johnson-Laxdal, Bernice, 1958- author.

From the creators of When the Trees Crackle with Cold: A Cree Calendar - pīsimwasinahikan comes this engaging activity book that connects young children to the seasonal cycle and encourages them to learn about traditio...

When the trees crackle with cold : a Cree calendar : Nihithaw Pīsimwasinahikan —Johnson-Laxdal, Bernice, 1958- author.

A bear sleeping safely in her den, Kohkom telling a story by the fire, the trees crackling with cold - we are all connected to the seasons and the cycle of nature. The calming rhythm of the words echoes the rhythm of the...

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