This annotated bibliography that represents the diversity of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures...
This exciting web-based resource is a thematic, online listing of selected literature titles for grades K to 12. Search Now
Finding book titles for common literature themes and curriculum topics is amazingly quick and easy. All titles are annotated...
The Comic Book War
Comic Book War is the final installment in the trilogy written by Metis author Jacqueline Guest that began with Belle of Batoche and Outcast of River Falls. read more
Red Bird Sings
An inspirational story of the life of Zitkala-Sa also known as Gertrude Simmons-Bonnin, a writer, musician, and activist based on her writings in the Atlantic Monthly in the 1900’s. At th... read more
Raven's Greatest Creation
A creation story as dreamed by Métis author, David Bouchard, who introduces the readers to Raven, Turtle Island, Sky World and Earth’s Creatures. In this story, Raven creates the two-legg... read more
Fox on the Ice : Maageesees Maskwameek Kaapit
Originally published in 2003. Republished in 2011.
An engaging story, shared in English and Cree, about a family, a fox, and an ice fishing adventure. Cody and his family go ice fishi... read more
Buniq, which means "my girl" in the Inuit language, loses the new pair of boots loveling made by her grandmother, what will she do?
Turtle Island Voices are an outstanding must have co... read more
The Old Ways
The Old Ways mixes contemporary life with traditional Inuit knowledge and perspectives. Simon lives with his grandparents Ananaksaq (Grandma) and Ataatga (Grandpa). Simon is more intere... read more
Raven Brings the Light
Raven Brings the Light shares the story of Weget. Weget is born to Haida parents that recognize his special powers. He is a shape-shifter and has the ability to put on different “skins”... read more
Life of Helen Betty Osborne
In the graphic novel, the life of Helen Betty Osborne, historical and contemporary realities of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit women and men are vividly examined, such as stereotypes, ra... read more
When the Spirits Dance: A Cree boy's search for the meaning of war
“When the Spirits Dance” by Larry Loyie is a four chapter book about a Cree family living in Northern Alberta during the Second World War. The story is told through the eyes of Lawrence,... read more
The Territories: Adapting to Change/Aboriginal Peoples gives insight into the lives of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. First Nations, Métis, and Inuit. It provides the reader an understa... read more