Phone: (604) 883-2730
Fax: (604) 883-9451
RAVEN GOES BERRYPICKING
Anne Cameron, BC author, provides traditional northwest coast native legends
for children, with colourful illustrations.
Age: 6+ Cost: $6.95
Raincoast Book Distribution Ltd.
Phone: (604) 323-7100
Fax: (604) 323-2600
HONOUR SONG: A TRIBUTE. Author Barbara Hager’s book profiles 16 prominent
Inuit, First Nations and Metis people. Teachers use Honour Song in their First
Nations 12 course. Cost: $16.95
Pacific Edge Publishing
THE WOLF FAMILY. A traditional Coast Salish legend about a creature that
can be both human and wolf. The Wolf-Man is lonely and wants to have friends
but he thinks the village people will not accept him as he is. Transforming
to his human form, he joins the young people of the village and falls in love
with X’pey, a young Native woman. Cost: $5.00.
Squirrels don't dig up nuts they previously buried. They actually track down nuts other squirrels buried. Thats because they have a keen sense of smell but a lousy memory. They forget where they buried their own stash, but can sniff out others.