In this vibrant historical picture book, a Nak'azdli girl with a mobility disability feels both curiosity and self-doubt when she learns that traders are arriving in her Indigenous village.
In this dual-language picture book in English and Anishinaabemowin, a child is chased by Windigo, who preys on isolation and insecurity. But Kokum calls to the child with a message of hope, and a hummingbird arrives with teachings of love and resilience.
Diva is about to walk her first ball, and she is feeling nervous and excited! With the help of friends, icons, and legends from House of Siriano and the Toronto ballroom community, Diva calms her nerves, collects her courage, and claims her 10s.
In this nonfiction picture book, the tiny village of Janwaar in Madhya Pradesh, India, gets a new skatepark, which inspires Ramkesh and all the local kids to learn how to skateboard, putting them on the map and uniting their community.
Cet album est inspiré d’une histoire vraie survenue à Janwaar dans le Madhya Pradesh, l’un des États les plus pauvres et les plus vastes de l’Inde, où la construction d’un planchodrome a rassemblé toute la communauté et fait la renommée du petit village lorsque les enfants se sont passionnés pour la planche à roulettes.
Gluskonba, an Abenaki hero, visits his human friends and finds disaster. The humans are taking advantage of the gift of maple syrup and have let their village go to ruin. Gluskonba teaches humans the importance of community and honoring gifts from the Creator.
In this beautiful picture book inspired by a true story, flooding forces a child and their family to flee their farm without their beloved horse, Dancer. But the child won't give up on Dancer and finds helpers in the community who get Dancer airlifted to safety.