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Nisnol Siboal / Two Rivers By Joseph and Jesse Bruchac
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TWO RIVERS is a collaboration that reflects not only our two generations of father and son, but also the flow of language from two different yet deeply connected cultures. The relationships between... More > the European newcomers to the northeast and the Algonquin-speaking first peoples began at least five centuries ago. Poems in both the English and Abenaki language.< Less
Nisnol Siboal / Two Rivers By Joseph and Jesse Bruchac
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TWO RIVERS is a collaboration that reflects not only our two generations of father and son, but also the flow of language from two different yet deeply connected cultures. The relationships between... More > the European newcomers to the northeast and the Algonquin-speaking first peoples began at least five centuries ago. Poems in both the English and Abenaki language.< Less
WOBANAKI KIMZOWI AWIGHIGAN By P. P. WZOKHILAIN
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W8banaki Kimzowi Awighigan is an extremely important and unique book. Authored by Peter Paul Wz8khilain in 1830 it contains the oldest recorded Native American stories. These stories are even more... More > significant as they were written in Abenaki by an Abenaki. In addition to stories, several lessons on speaking Abenaki and over two thousand words are offered in a small dictionary in English and Abenaki. This is an essential resource to anyone interested in studying Algonquian Languages, Native American Folklore, and the Abenaki Language.< Less
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less
The Woman and the Kiwakw By Jesse Bruchac
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This bilingual version of an ancient tale, written in both Abenaki and English , exemplifies the role monster stories have played in Algonquin cultures. It not only points out the dangers that life... More > confronts us with, it also reminds us of the importance of bravery, a keen intellect and the healing powers of family and simple kindness.< Less
The Hawk of the Intervale By Kevin Macneil Brown
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Historian and trail runner Liam Dutra is back for more adventure and exploration, investigating the history at the heart of New England mysteries. This time he’s looking for long-lost poet--... More > and fisherman--Virgil Dubois. Liam’s quest begins on the shores of Lake Champlain with Virgil’s Abenaki roots, and leads to the poet’s troubled past on the U-boat-haunted waters off New England in the early years of World War II. Meanwhile, at home in Vermont, a death by snakebite on the shores of Lake Champlain may be more than an accident, and Liam and his partner Shawn Donahue are caught up dangerously in what prove to be deadly tensions among land developers, environmentalists, and members of a mysterious home-grown church. With strong sense of place and richly poetic storytelling, this second installment of the Liam Dutra New England mystery series takes the reader deep into the powerful living past and present of New England’s landscapes and waterways.< Less
The Hawk of the Intervale By Kevin Macneil Brown
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Historian and trail runner Liam Dutra is back for more adventure and exploration, investigating the history at the heart of New England mysteries. This time he’s looking for long-lost poet--... More > and fisherman--Virgil Dubois. Liam’s quest begins on the shores of Lake Champlain with Virgil’s Abenaki roots, and leads to the poet’s troubled past on the U-boat-haunted waters off New England in the early years of World War II. Meanwhile, at home in Vermont, a death by snakebite on the shores of Lake Champlain may be more than an accident, and Liam and his partner Shawn Donahue are caught up dangerously in what prove to be deadly tensions among land developers, environmentalists, and members of a mysterious home-grown church. With strong sense of place and richly poetic storytelling, this second installment of the Liam Dutra New England mystery series takes the reader deep into the powerful living past and present of New England’s landscapes and waterways.< Less
The Circle of Life By James David Audlin
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THE CIRCLE OF LIFE presents traditional oral Native American sacred teachings from the Iroquois, Lakota, and other traditions. The author has been receiving these teachings from elders since his... More > youth. The wisdom embraces cosmology, ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, sociology, psychology, healing, dream interpretation, and more. Audlin calls himself neither a spiritual teacher nor an authority, but a conduit through which these oral traditions can be presented meaningfully to people in a modern world. He outlines universal principles common to many traditional peoples worldwide. The Red Road is available to all —regardless of religion or ethnicity — willing to follow its paths. These paths, however, are often not easy and require deep personal and spiritual commitment. Audlin says in his introduction: “If this book serves any purpose, let it be to help us bring the Sacred Hoop of All the Nations back together again, so we and all that lives may stand as one in silent awe before that Great Mystery.”< Less
The God's Cycle By S. Dorman
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A small town in transition. The loves of Balder Simon. An omniscient Abenaki storyteller. The Gott'im tire fire burning its way to hell. A monster-killer mentoring a dead man. An invitation to... More > Ragnarök. Jasper Mountain speaks. The Battlefield of Time. THE GOD'S CYCLE — A year woven in the imagination of God.< Less

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