Canoe Kids

Canoe Kids

Volume 3, The Mi'kmaq of Ktaqamkuk

Book - 2016
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Canoe Kids is an authentic exploration of Indigenous Cultures. Each volume focuses on one culture. We embed ourselves within the community and experience the culture, land spirituality, food, music, art, dance, harvesting and learn to live well and properly with Mother Earth. We explore the historical and connect to the present through interviews and pictures. Our publication has been compared to a cross between National Geographic and Time Magazine. Each volume includes an entire section of the vessel of the culture. Volume 3 Mi'kmaq is the third issue of the publication designed as a family book for kids all ages. The mandate for the full-colour book is Exploring Indigenous Cultures through Authentic Indigenous Voices. This third Volume focuses on the Mi'kmaq located in Newfoundland. Articles include background about the Mi'kmaq of the North Atlantic Shores; Canoes; Harvesting Foods; and Respecting Mother Earth in Newfoundland. Throughout the text the editor has included colourful photographs of the geography, people, and animals living in Newfoundland. Each volume has an ancient story, (many of which have never been in print before) Each volume has teachings about food, harvesting and living well with the land and each other. There is also a kids zone and an art zone and recipes too. Each volume is approximately 140 pages long.
Publisher: [Kitchener, Ontario] : Canoe Kids, c2016
Branch Call Number: 970.4 C227 v.3
Characteristics: 148 pages : colour illustrations, photographs ; 27 cm


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