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CHILDREN'S FICTION

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The Gathering Tree

The Gathering Tree is a beautifully illustrated children's book about HIV/AIDS. Written by award-winning First Nations author Larry Loyie and co-author Constance Brissenden, it is a gentle, positive story ...

Kou-Skelowh/We are the People

Illustrated by Barbara Marchand
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Kou-Skelowh

How Turtle Set the Animals Free is a surprising tortoise-and-hare legend with far-flung consequences. How Food Was Given describes the care and sacrifice of the four Chiefs of plant and animal life devoted ...

The Moccasins

By Earl Einarson
Illustrated by Julie Flett
Categories: Children's Fiction

This is an endearing story of a young Aboriginal foster child who is given a special gift by his foster mother. Her gift of warmth and thoughtfulness helps her young foster children by encouraging self-esteem, ...

Unusual Friendships

This story of an unusual friendship between a black cat and a white rat is full of colourful Métis affectations. With subtle references to the life of a Métis, the black cat is not accepted at the cat ...

Kwulasulwut II

By Ellen White
Illustrated by Bill Cohen
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Kwulasulwut

This is Ellen White's sequel to Kwulasulwut: Stories from the Coast Salish. The new volume features four more freshly written and translated English versions of traditional Salish legends adapted for ...

Meshom and the Little One

After ten-year-old Shawna moves to the West Coast with her mother, she misses Meshom (her grandfather) but is surprised when he arrives for her birthday.

I am The Eagle Free

Artist Simon Paul-Dene diligently illustrated and painted the contents of this story in hopes that children would reflect upon the importance of reconnecting with their spiritual attachment to the Earth. ...

Enwhisteetkwa Walk in Water

Enwhisteetkwa is an inside view of what life might have been like for an Indian child of eleven in 1860 in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. The book concludes in the fall season when foods have ...