Philpot, Don. Illustrator/ Margaret Hessian. 1997.
The Moons of Goose Island. Winnipeg, MB: Pemmican Publications
Inc. ISBN: 0-9680967-0-0
When David's mother becomes ill, and then dies, he goes to live with his grandparents. When he finds and adopts an orphan goose, David learns about the cyclical nature of life and that death is a natural part of life.
Pielle, Sue with Anne Cameron. Illustrator/
Greta Guzek. 1998. T’aal: the One Who Takes Bad Children.
Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing. ISBN: 1-55017-180-1
Written by an Elder of the Sliammon people in BC, this story tells of a young brother and sister who have to go out after dark to fetch their grandmother. Even though they are good children, they are caught by The One Who Takes Bad Children. It is up to the brother and sister to free themselves and all the other children by doing what they have been taught: stay calm, pay attention, and use everything you can find around you.
Plain, Ferguson. 2004. Potato Soup. Owen
Sound, ON: Ningakwe Learning Press.
Over a bowl of potato soup, Jethro tells how the Great Nanaboozho tries to catch Waboos (rabbit).