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The red sash —Pendziwol, Jean.
58 available of 61 items

A Métis boy helps a stranded representative of the North West Company make it to Fort William.

Métis Christmas mittens Lii mitenn Michif di Nowel —Dorion, Leah, 1970- author, illustrator.
39 available of 40 items

"The holiday season has always been a very special time for Métis families. A family-oriented people, the Métis often didn't have money to buy expensive presents, but instead made practical items with much love. In thi...

Belle of Batoche —Guest, Jacqueline, author.
54 available of 61 items

Belle and Sarah both want to become the ringer of the new Batoche church bell. They enter an embroidery contest to win the position. Then General Middleton's forces advance on Batoche in the 1885 Riel Rebellion, and Bell...

Chickadee —Erdrich, Louise, author.
12 available of 15 items

In 1866, Omakayas's son Chickadee is kidnapped by two ne'er-do-well brothers from his own tribe and must make a daring escape, forge unlikely friendships, and set out on an exciting and dangerous journey to get back home...

Giving thanks —Dorion, Leah, 1970-
6 available of 10 items

"We often give thanks for the things in our lives that we are grateful for. In this book you will read about many of the things that Métis Elders give thanks for"--Back cover.

Li saennchur fleshii di michif = Thomas and the Métis sash —Murray, Bonnie, 1973-
16 available of 20 items

After finger weaving a belt for himself in art class, Thomas learns that his mother has a Métis sash which she shows him and uses to explain its colours and symbolism.

A man called Raven —Van Camp, Richard, 1971-
18 available of 20 items

A mysterious man tells two Indian brothers why they must not hurt the ravens that pester them.

Taanishi books —Burton, Wilfred, 1958-
Book On CD
8 available of 9 items

Outcasts of River Falls —Guest, Jacqueline.
35 available of 38 items

Saving grad —Spafford-Fitz, Karen, 1963- author.
Large Print
11 available of 13 items

"Vienna is a mixed-Métis teen whose mother has moved in with a man who turns out to be racist and violent. Vienna and her mother decide to end the situation by moving to a new city. In Edmonton, where she knows no one, ...

Jenneli's dance —Denny, Elizabeth, 1972-
39 available of 39 items

Shy Jenneli loves to dance the Red River Jig with her grandmother, but when her grandmother enters Jenneli into a jigging contest, she is both horrified and excited.

Pepere played the fiddle —Ducharme, Linda, 1946-
31 available of 31 items

A celebration of Métis culture including "loie de vivre," music and dance, family and love of the fiddle. Based on Métis life in the late 1940s.

The flower beadwork people —Farrell Racette, Sherry.
40 available of 43 items

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