3 edition of One time when Wee-sa-ki-jahk was walking found in the catalog.
One time when Wee-sa-ki-jahk was walking
|Statement||transcribed and translated by Anastasia Weesk ; illustrated by Bruce Wynne =|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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UNAVAILABLE One Time When Wee-sa-ki-jahk Was Walking is a collection of Wee-sa-ki-jahk adventures as he walked around on earth. Published by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre, this children's book introduces readers to the Cree Trickster. Each of the five stories was collected from storytellers who live along the west coast of James Bay.
This spiral-bound book contains ten selections that are written in syllabics with English translations that appear in an appendix.
The stories include topics such as Us, Clothing, In the Community, In the Bush, In the Spring, In the Summer, In the Autumn, In the Winter, Games, and Chakapesh and the Big Fish. Ojibway & Cree Cultural Centre. Ojibway & Cree Cultural Centre. Home; About Us; Services. Language; Education; One Time When Wee-sa-ki-jahk Was Walking $ Add to cart.
Cree Legends Series: Wee-sa-ki-jahk and the Trees $ Book ; Level. University. Ojibway & Cree Cultural Centre. Ojibway & Cree Cultural Centre. Home; About Us; Services. Language; Education; Resource Centre.
Baylor, Byrd. (Illus. Peter Parnall). The way to start a York: Aladdin. ISBN: Recommended indigenous books for K and adult (‘first round’ picks in red) (Note: Not listed here, but also recommended, are all the graphic novels from. Wee-sa-ki-jahk and the Trees. Timmins, ON: Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.
ISBN X Mattinas, A., et al. One Time When Wee-sa-ki-jahk Was Walking. Timmins, ON: Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. ISBN Wabano, R., and Michael Patrick (). Big Skunk, and Wolverine and the Wolves. Annotated Bibliography of Aboriginal Books - National Adult Literacy.