A northern aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator is involved.Dogrib Divisional Board of Education. 1996. Tłįchq Yatiì Enįhtł’è: A Dogrib Dictionary. Dogrib Divisional Board of Education.
Age: All Ages
Language: English/ Tłįchq Yatiì
Subject: Dictionary; Tłįchq

A dictionary of the Tłįchq (Dogrib) language, organized alphabetically. A searchable online version can be found at http://www.tlicho.ling.uvic.ca (Link verified on may 29, 2008).

A Canadian aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator is involved.Ducharme, Linda. 2007. The Bannock Book. Winnipeg. MB: Pemmican
Publications Inc.
Age: 7-10
Language: English
Subject: Children; Fiction; Health; Métis

A young girl helps her mother prepare bannock. However, she learns that her diabetic grandfather can no longer eat the rich bannock. She and her mother create a healthier recipe that her grandfather can enjoy too. Includes two recipes.

An aboriginal author, illustrator, storyteller or translator from outside Canada is involved.Erdrich, Louise. 2005. The Game of Silence. New York: HarperCollins.
Age: 7-12
Language: English
Subject: Children; Non-Fiction; Ojibwe

The second book in a series that follows a 19th century Ojibwe family living on an island in Lake Superior. Omkayas is now nine years old, and her life is changing rapidly. When a group of distant relations arrives from the east, it signals the beginning of the government pressure on the family to move west.