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How Mistissini Got its Name
$5.00
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It is a story of how Mistissini got its name, why it is called the big rock.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-90-8

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Patricia Diamond, Anna Blacksmith

Photo Credits

Josephine Mianscum Coon

Modified

2015-09-11 13:33:21

Dialect

Southern

Also Available In

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Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Places

What do you see?
$15.00
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This is a big book version of Brown Bear, Brown Bear what do you see? with animals doing the seeing.

Age 6+

ISBN: 978-897296-93-6

Year Published

2011

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Pearl Weistche, Anna Blacksmith, Emily Cooper

Illustrated By

Gordon Hester

Photo Credits

Jane Snowboy Gilpin

Modified

2015-07-23 10:51:24

Dialect

Southern

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Book

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Cree Literacy

Topics

Animals

Traditional Tools
$10.00
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This is a book that shows pictures of traditional tools Cree people used long ago and sometimes still do, made out of wood, stone, bone, cloth and animals. Includes an explanation of what they are made of and their use.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-87-8

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Patricia Diamond, Daisy Moar, Anna Blacksmith

Photo Credits

Wilfred Georgekish, Miller Visitor

Modified

2015-07-23 10:28:04

Dialect

Southern

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Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Sophia Marries George
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This story is about a young Cree woman named Sophia Stephen of Rupert’s House who married a white man named George Wilson Jobson. Sophia’s parents were very upset when Sophia and George left Rupert’s House to live down south.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-76-2

Year Published

2005

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Anna Blacksmith

Photo Credits

unknown: Photos# 1,2,5,6(late)Edna Blueboy; Photos #3,4: Cree Way Book

Modified

2015-07-23 10:19:53

Dialect

Southern

Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Boy, Girl, Family

The Story of the Otter
$3.00
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A fictional story that came out of a Literacy Course in Eastmain. There are five books in this series on the bear, beaver, otter and skunk. This story is about an otter who had been obese and slow and he was always alone until he met beaver and porcupine.

Age 8+

ISBN: 1-55036-624-6

out of stock

Year Published

1996

Edition

1

Editor

Daisy Moar and Ruth Salt

Illustrated By

Melvin Moar

Modified

2015-01-09 16:25:47

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Southern

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Book

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Cree Literacy

Topics

Animals

Setting a bear trap
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The pictures show how to set a bear trap.

Age 8+

ISBN: 1-894843-21-5

out of stock

Year Published

2002

Edition

1

Editor

Daisy Moar, Ruth Salt

Photo Credits

Johnny Shecapio

Modified

2015-01-09 13:55:23

Dialect

Southern

Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Animals, Tradition, Spring, Family

Old Waswanipi
$5.00
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How the people of Waswanipi used to live on an island together from their traplines after being away for the winter. The activities that occurred during the summer like weddings and feasts.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-93-2

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Patricia Diamond, Anna Blacksmith

Modified

2015-01-09 11:33:29

Dialect

Southern

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Book

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Cree Literacy

Topics

Winter, Girl, Cree values, Tradition, Places, Celebrations, Food, Summer

Old Mistissini
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This is a historical book about the hunting and fishing activities that took place in Old Mistissini. It also talks about some games that were played.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-97-5

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Anna Blacksmith, Patricia Diamond

Illustrated By

Coom Matoush

Photo Credits

Coom Matoush

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2015-01-09 11:27:50

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Southern

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Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Tradition, Celebrations

Winter Travel By Foot
$5.00
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This story is about a wellness journey following the traditional way of winter travel.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-95-9

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Anna Blacksmith, Patricia Diamond

Photo Credits

Annie Loon Cheechoo

Modified

2014-10-24 11:30:53

Dialect

Southern

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Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Winter, Animals, Tradition, Places, Food

Winter
$5.00
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In winter, weather is cold, snow is falling. There are several activities outside like playing hockey, sliding, making a snowman, skidooing...

Age 6+

ISBN: 1-55036-673-4

out of stock

Year Published

1999

Edition

1

Editor

Daisy Moar, Ruth Salt

Illustrated By

Willard Moar

Modified

2014-10-24 11:27:42

Dialect

Southern

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Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Winter, Tradition, Celebrations, Clothing

Keeping the Environment Clean
$5.00
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This talks about how to keep the campsite area and the environment clean. This is to show respect for the land and animals.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-94-0

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Anna Blacksmith, Patricia Diamond

Illustrated By

Thomas Coon

Modified

2014-10-24 11:18:51

Dialect

Southern

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Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Topics

Places

Returning to Old Nemaska
$5.00
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This book is about an annual visit to the Old Nemaska site.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-96-7

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Patricia Diamond, Anna Blacksmith

Photo Credits

Margaret Cheezo, Thomas Jolly

Modified

2014-10-24 11:17:50

Dialect

Southern

Also Available In

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Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Tradition, Food, Summer

An Elder`s Knowledge
$3.00
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The author tells about her father-in-law, Sidney Moar and how he liked to trap and how he respected trapping, hunting, and how he wanted to pass traditional skills on to his children and grandchildren.

Age 12+

ISBN: 1-894843-85-1

out of stock

Year Published

2006

Edition

1

Editor

Ruth Salt, Daisy Moar, Patricia Diamond, Anna Blacksmith

Photo Credits

Linda Moar

Modified

2014-10-24 10:55:13

Dialect

Southern

Type

Book

Sources

Cree Literacy

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Winter, Boy, Girl, Tradition, Celebrations, Food, Clothing, Family

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