Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity Books

By Cassie Brown

Paperback: $5.99

ISBN: 9780870208935

8 1/2 x 11

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Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity Book Series

Children and their families have an opportunity to learn about Wisconsin's Ojibwe Indian lifeways and teachings through the Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity Books. The series was created by writer and illustrator Cassie Brown as an extension of the community relations work of The Indigenous Cultures Center at Northland College near Ashland, Wis. Each of the four books focuses on different aspects of American Indian Ojibwe life and traditions, from the powwow to wild ricing, and showcases different Ojibwe language vocabulary words. The books include word scrambles and mazes and other activities focused on helping children and their families engage more deeply with information and have fun at the same time. While children age three and old can enjoy coloring the images, older children can also use the stories and glossaries in the book to start learning more about the Ojibwe language and traditions.

The paperback coloring and activity books retail for $5.99 each and include:

The Powwow Coloring and Activity Book: (ISBN: 978-0-87020-893-5, 36 pages, 34 b&w photos)

The Storytelling Coloring Book: (ISBN: 978-0-87020-894-2, 40 pages, 40 b&w photos)

The Sugarbush Coloring Book: (ISBN: 978-0-87020-895-9, 32 pages, 32 b&w photos)

The Wild Ricing Coloring and Activity Book: (ISBN: 978-0-87020-893-5, 25 pages, 25 b&w photos)

Pictured here is the cover for "The Powwow" book.

The Indigenous Cultures Center at Northland College wascreated in 2011 to create and foster community relations, particularly with the four neighboring Ojibwe communities in northern Wisconsin, but also across other Indigenous partnerships. Cassie Brown, writer and illustrator, is a proud member of the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwe Community in Michigan's Upper Penninsula. She is a graduate of Northland College with a B.S. double major in Outdoor Education and Native American Studies.