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Nanabosho, How the Turtle Got its Shell - by Joe McLellan, illustrated by Rhian Brynjolson.

Nanabosho, How the Turtle Got its Shell - by Joe McLellan, illustrated by Rhian Brynjolson.

Nanabosho and the Woodpecker, by Joe McLellan   IRC & HAM

Nanabosho and the Woodpecker, - Indigenous & First Nations Kids Books - Strong Nations

Princess And The Sea-Bear by Joan Skogan  IRC & HAM  E 99 T8 S56 1990  - 9 Tsimshian tales

Princess And The Sea-Bear by Joan Skogan IRC & HAM E 99 T8 S56 1990 - 9 Tsimshian tales

Tales of the Anishinaubaek by Basil H. Johnston  9th floor Gibson Library E 99 C6 J64 1993

Tales of the Anishinaubaek by Basil H. Johnston floor Gibson Library E 99 1993

Peter Fidler and the Metis

Peter Fidler and The Métis - Donna Lee Dumont - McNally Robinson Booksellers

Muktu, the Backward Muskox by Heather Kellerhals-Stewart  IRC PZ 7 K445 Mu 1975  Arctic Muskox survive by their wits

Muktu, the Backward Muskox by Heather Kellerhals-Stewart IRC PZ 7 Mu 1975 Arctic Muskox survive by their wits

Based on an Inuit archaeological site on the central coast of Labrador, this story tells of a young hunter and his sister who are trapped on an ice pan and later rescued by a man who is a distant relative. Includes information about the excavation site and the artifacts found. Gr.4-8.

A bilingual story in Inuktitut and English, Angutiup ânguanga / Anguti’s Amulet is a story based on an Inuit archaeological site located along the central coast of Labrador that was occupied sometime between AD 1720 and AD

Feed the Good Wolf by Frank Glew

"Feed the Good Wolf" by Frank Glew >> animals, habitats, character education

Orphans in the Sky - by Jeanne Bushey, illustrated by Vladyana Krykorka.

Research Guides: Social Justice Teaching & Topics : Aboriginal Children

Bones in the Basket by C.J. Taylor   HAM   PZ 8.1 T39 B64 1998  creation legends from different nations in North America

Bones in the Basket by C. Taylor HAM PZ 1998 creation legends from different nations in North America

The Elders Are Watching by David Bouchard

Native American cultures believe we must care for the earth. The beautifully illustrated book, The Elders Are Watching, shares that message with children.

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