Caribou Skin Boots (English w/ Naskapi text)

eBook (PDF), 34 Pages
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This is another wonderful children's story told from the point of view of a young Naskapi Indian child from Northern Quebec as her grandfather and grandmother help her make a traditional pair of caribou skin boots. This book includes both written English and traditional Naskapi text, a language that is only spoken by a few thousand people today. Naskapi or not, your child will no doubt love the images Elizabeth Jancewicz has created using a mixture of water colors, colored pencils, and pen & ink. You may PREVIEW THE ENTIRE BOOK on lulu or simply download a free digital copy. We have no doubt that you'll enjoy it.
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September 27, 2011
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