Canadian, Aboriginal

Winterstanding, Leah. Illustrator/ Cheryl Dieter. 1997. Nohkum. Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre. ISBN: 1-55165-420-2
Age: Pre-school – 8
Language: English
Subject: Children; Fiction; Cree

This is the story of some adventures a little girl has with her grandmother.

Canadian, Aboriginal

Wood, Ellen. Illustrator/ Monique Felix. 2000. Hundreds of Fish. Mankato, ON: Creative Editions. ISBN: 1-568461-62-3
Age: 8 - 11
Language: English
Subject: Children; Fiction; Multiple Nations

A little girl is sad when she sees a pike eat three ducklings. Later, however, she catches the fish and finds it is going to be a mother. She begins to understand the circle of life and the food chain.

Canadian, Aboriginal

Yerxa, Leo. 1996. A Fish Tale or The One That Got Away. Toronto, ON: Douglas & McIntyre. ISBN: 0-88899-247-5
Age: Pre-School - 10
Language: English
Subject: Children; Fiction; Subarctic; Ojibwe
OUT OF PRINT

The story is told from a fish perspective. It is about a little fish, Small Fry that is led astray by a pike, Jack. Small Fry learns a lesson when a fisherman catches him but releases him because he is too small.