Johnston, Basil. Illustrator/ David A. Johnson. 1995.
The Bear-Walker and Other Stories. Toronto, ON: Royal Ontario
Museum. ISBN: 0-88854-415-4
This collection of nine Ojibwe stories talks about hunters who must travel long distances under difficult circumstances. The stories underline the importance of the idea of interconnectedness.
Johnston, Basil. 1986. By Canoe and Moccasin:
Some Native Place Names of the Great Lakes. Lakefield, ON: Whetung
Ojibwe Crafts. ISBN: 0-969218516
Johnston, Basil. Illustrator/ Shirley Cheechoo. 1981.
Tales the Elders Told: Ojibway Legends. Toronto: Royal Ontario
Museum. ISBN: 0-88854-261-5
This collection of nine Ojibwe stories explain why the birds go south in the winter, and how bats, spiders, butterflies, and dogs came to be. There are also stories about Nanabush and the ducks, Thunderbirds, fireflies, fox and wolf.