A Canadian aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator is involved.Bear, Glecia. 1991. Translators / Freda Ahenakew and H.C. Wolfart. Illustrator / Jerry Whitehead. Wanisinwak Iskwesisak: Awasisasinahakanis / Two Little Girls Lost in the Bush: A Cree Story for Children. Saskatoon: Fifth House. ISBN 0-920079-77-6
Age: 5-8
Language: Cree/English
Subject: Children; Fiction;Cree

Two little girls are watching a cow that gets away. They follow it into the bush and become lost, and must keep their wits about them to get home again.

A northern aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator is involved.Beaver, Eileen. Translator / Mary Rose Sundberg. Illustrator / Krystal De-Neiva Mateus. 2007. Ahsq Tati Agqt’e? Yellowknife Catholic Schools.
Age: 5-10
Language: Tłįchq Yatiì (Weledeh dialect)
Subject: Children; Fiction; Tłįchq

A young boy wonders if Christmas will ever come.

 

A northern aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator is involved.Beaver, Eileen. Illustrator / Krystal De-Neiva Mateus. 2007. Tqth yati- u? South Slave Divisional Education Council.
Age: 5-10
Language: Chipewyan
Subject: Children; Fiction; Chipewyan

A young boy wonders if Christmas will ever come.