Water Walkers

Based on true events, “Water Walkers” is a story of a young Ojibway girl named Mai who walks around Lake Superior with her family to bring attention to the harm that pollution has caused to the lakes and waterways. This simple yet compelling message is brought to life with captivating, watercolour illustrations of culturally significant animals—seen through the eyes of a relatable character. Suitable for young readers at the primary level, this picture book lends itself well as a class read-aloud. Its content will allow for rich discussions and projects about water, the environment, pollution, and conservation.
Native American
Ojibway
Conservation
environmental awareness
habitat
recycle
climate change
pollution
Indigenous
water cycle
preservation
Great Lakes
Author/Publisher/Website
Trembath, C. A.
Primary Identifier
9780990744627
Subject
English Language Arts