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"A perfect, kid-friendly introduction to family heritage.Today is a big day for the five friends. Their class is hosting a Heritage Festival to celebrate the customs and traditions of people from all over the world. Martin, Sally, Pedro, Nick and Yulee each have their own heritage, and they have so much to share! They learn about various traditions involving music, food, language, stories, crafts, clothing and games. They also learn that exploring their different heritages makes everyone feel like they belong!There's a world of fun to be had, as readers discover the many ways people are alike and what makes each of us unique!"
"A traditional Haida story for children, as told by Kung Jaadee, about Raven’s great feast and the gift that he has given to each of us, which is our special talent to share with the world. In this book author Kung Jaadee shares with us that we have each received a special gift from Raven. That gift is our special talent or passion to share with the world." --publisher
"When a woman is carried off by killer whales, her husband embarks on a journey to get her back. Aided by friends he meets along the way, the man follows her trail across the bottom of the sea to the Killer Whale House. Find out what happens to Nanasimgit and K̲'uljáad in this ancient Haida story." -- publisher
Presents the history of British Columbia through haiku, exploring the land's Native American history, the age of exploration, its industrial history, and the land's cultural heritage.
In this retelling of an ancient West Coast First Nations' tale, an arrogant young woman who insults the bears is forced to stay with a clan of Bear People and marry a bear.