Life in an Anishinabe Camp
This beautifully illustrated text describing the Algonquian-speaking people of the woodlands around the Great Lakes region, will bring to life their fascinating culture for children.
Learn about wigwams, birchbark canoes, hunting, clothing, celebrations and more as you imagine life in the woodlands.
- ISBN: 9780778704652
- Author: Bobby Kalman
- 32 pages
- Ages: 8-12
Beautiful artwork helps illuminate the daily lives of the Anishinabe, or “first people”, also known as the Chippewa, Ojibwa, Algonquin, Ottawa and other Algonquian-speaking First Peoples .
The importance of family, community, and cooperation is apparent as fascinating text describes:
• clan and camp life
• camps for different seasons and activities
• how wigwams were built
• hunting and gathering
• the roles of men and women
• celebrations, games, and leisure
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|Dimensions||25.0 × 21.7 × 0.4 cm|