Whispers on the Water

With applications for many facets of the K-7 curriculum, this Canadian digital storybook can be used as a read-aloud or for independent reading to supplement class lessons, inspire art activities, and encourage discussions. The storybook provides background information about the Anishinaabe People of Manitoulin Island, a map of North America showing where they live, a short narrative about the author and daughter, and information about Indigenous Peoples' connection to the eagle and eagle feather. This easy-to-navigate digital resource, narrated in English and Ojibwe, offers clear images and good sound quality. Teacher preview recommended. This resource is available as part of the BC Digital Classroom collection on the Canoe Kids 'bookshelf'.
Ojibwe traditions
Manitoulin Island
Ojibwe ancestry
Author/Publisher/Website
Corbiere, D.
Subject
Arts Education