Éditeur:UpRoute Books and Media, an imprint of Durvile Publications Ltd., 2018
- Author: Yakeleya, RaymondContributor: Desmarais, Deborah; Andrews, Paul Weymouth; Modesta, JaneEdition: First editionDate:Created2018Summary:
"The Tree by the Woodpile is a story about a First Nations boy who is told an enchanting tale by his grandmother about how an old tree by the woodpile provides food and shelter for the birds and animals of the North. The story is suffused with Newet'sine, the Creator and Spirit of Nature, who brings a message of how we must cherish our land. The Tree is written in English and Dene for middle-grade children, ages 7 to 12. Other stories in the book are "The Wolf," and "The Mountain, the Wind, and the Wildflowers."--Publisher.Contents:
Sujets: Bearlake Indians | Chipewyan Indians | Grandmothers | Indigenous children | Indigenous peoples | Nature stories | TreesOriginal Publisher: Calgary, Alberta, UpRoute Books and Media, an imprint of Durvile Publications Ltd.Language(s): EnglishISBN: 9781988824031, 1988824036
- The wolf
- The mountain, the wind, and the wildflowers.