Berry Song

Goade, M.
A young Indigenous child learns how to live on the land from her loving grandma, as she teaches her about harvesting herring eggs, seaweed, salmon, and most of all – berries! They sing a berry song as they work to keep predators away and show appreciation for the land. Michaela Goode, a member of the Tlingit Nation, shares her experience of growing up in Alaska in this engaging picture book. With simple language and striking illustrations, the text is suitable for a read-aloud or stand-alone activity and can help students learn about the diversity of Indigenous peoples and cultures, the importance of generational knowledge, respecting and caring for the land, and appreciating what it gives us.
Indigenous, Novel
English Language Arts
  • K-3

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