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  • Pioneer SamplerPioneer Sampler

    Pioneer Sampler


    This living book will effectively engage children as they become fascinated with the life of the pioneering Robertson family. Factual information and highly detailed drawings of daily life accompany each story and expand on what children have just read.

    • ISBN: 9780395883938
    • Author: Barbara Greenwood
    • 240 pages
    • Ages: 8-12
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  • Professor Noggin’s Geography of Canada Card Game


    It’s the 2020 edition of Professor Noggin with all new photos! From Agriculture to Yukon, this kids card game will help kids get educated on the wonderful country of Canada!  Geography of Canada even includes a topic card called, ‘That’s a Funny Name’… how could this not be a fun card game and way to learn about the world’s second largest country by total area.

    For 2-8 players or teams, ages 7 and up

    • ISBN: 625012114196
    • Author: Professor Noggin
    • Ages: 8-12
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  • Not My GirlNot My Girl Inside 1

    Not My Girl


    Based on the true story of Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, and complemented by evocative illustrations, Not My Girl makes the original, award-winning memoir, A Stranger at Home, accessible to younger children. It is also a sequel to the picture book When I Was Eight.

    • ISBN: 9781554516247
    • Author: Margaret Pokiak-Fenton
    • 36 pages
    • Ages: 6-9
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  • Sale! Stranger at HomeMargaret Pokiak-Fenton

    Stranger at Home

    Original price was: $12.99.Current price is: $10.50.

    This story is a powerful memoir of an Inuit girl searching for her true self when she returns from residential school.

    Highlighted by archival photos and striking artwork, this first-person account of a young girl’s struggle to find her place will inspire young readers to ask what it means to belong.

    A True Story. Sequel to Fatty Legs

    Not My Girl is the same story in picture book form for younger children.

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  • Native Americans ~ Make it Work

    Make it Work: Native Americans


    Make it Work! History books are a brilliantly evocative educational experience and inspire Project Based Learning! They re-create the lives of ancient peoples in an original, child-centered, practical way. — This hands-on series allows children to discover history with projects, facts, photographs, costumes, and maps. — Tested projects reinforce traditional lessons and research. — A powerful, graphic style combines with informative, sensitive text.

    This book is a favorite. Extremely colorful, appealing, with real Native American handicrafts.

    • 64 pages
    • Ages: 5-7, 8-12
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  • Sale! Native Americans ~ Make it Work

    Make it Work: Native Americans – Scratch & Dent

    Original price was: $11.99.Current price is: $7.50.

    **Non-refundable and non-returnable.

    Please Note: Slightly damaged spine and front cover. Used library copies.

    **Scratch & Dent products are items that were slightly damaged in shipping or on the shelf. We discount them as we find them, to pass the savings on to you.

    This book is a favorite and is now out-of-print. Extremely colorful, appealing, with real Native American handicrafts.

    • ISBN: 9781587283017
    • Author: Andrew Haslam
    • 64 pages
    • Ages: 5-7, 8-12
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  • Native American Thought of It

    Native American Thought of It: Amazing Inventions and Innovations, A


    With descriptive photos and information-packed text, this book explores eight different categories in which the creativity of First Nations peoples from across the continent led to remarkable inventions and innovations, many of which are still in use today.

    • ISBN: 9781554511549
    • Author: Rocky Landon and David MacDonald
    • Pages: 48
    • Ages: 8-12
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  • Our First Caribou HuntOur First Caribou Hunt

    Our First Caribou Hunt


    Nutaraq and Simonie are eager to go on their first hunting trip with their father. As they load up their snow machine and sled for the trip, Nutaraq hopes that she will be able to catch her first caribou that weekend, with some help from her dad. But when the trip nears its end and Nutaraq still hasn’t caught her first caribou, she tries her very hardest to follow all of her father’s advice about how Inuit traditionally hunted on the land.

    This book focuses not only on basic, practical hunting techniques, but also on traditional values around the treatment of animals and the sharing of food.

    • ISBN: 9781772270228
    • Author: Jennifer Noah & Chris Giroux
    • 32 pages
    • Ages: 5-7
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  • Polar Bear SonPolar Bear Son

    Polar Bear Son


    In this traditional Inuit folktale, an old woman solves her loneliness when she raises a polar bear as her own son. Since the bear is a good hunter, the jealous villagers threaten its life and force him to leave his ‘mother’ and return to the wilderness.

    This inspiring tale with great illustrations offers a look into the Inuit culture from days gone by.

    • 37 pages
    • Ages: 5-7, 8-12
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  • Secret of the DanceSecret of the Dance Inside

    Secret of the Dance


    Watlkina slipped from his bed. In the Big House masked figures danced by firelight to the beat of the drum. And there, he saw a figure he knew.

    This is a true childhood tale by aboriginal elder Alfred Scow of a delightful childhood memory and aboriginal tradition carried down through the years. Award-winning author Andrea Spalding collaborates to tell the story, to tell the secret of the dance.

    • ISBN: 9781554691296
    • Author: Andrea Spalding
    • 32 pages
    • Ages: 5-7
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  • Sign of the BeaverSign of the Beaver

    Sign of the Beaver


    Matt’s father leaves their wilderness cabin with the promise that he will return. Until then, the 12-year-old boy knows that he must bravely fend for himself. Time passes without a sign of his father and Matt nearly dies when he disturbs a bee hive.

    Thankfully, Attean, a First Nations teen and his father, the chief, rescue him in the nick of time. A lot of time passes and eventually Matt teaches Attean how to speak English and Attean teaches Matt how to hunt.

    Realizing that the boy’s father will probably never return, the chief asks him to join the tribe. Should Matt leave his old life as a white settler child behind and start fresh as a Penobscot?

    • 144 pages
    • Ages: 8-12
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  • Sale! Sign of the Beaver Novel Study Guide

    Sign of the Beaver Novel Study

    Original price was: $14.99.Current price is: $11.99.

    Learn the importance of having skills for wilderness survival. Offer students a variety of objective and subjective questions.

    • Ages: 8-12
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