From beautiful board books to compelling tales to trenchant reads, here are great stories about Indigenous culture and issues to add to your bookshelf.
Indigenous books for kids and parents
Photo: Inhabit Media
Written by Celina Kalluk and illustrated by Alexandria Neonakis, Inhabit Media (ages 0-6) In this lyrical bedtime poem, a mother tells her child—her “Kulu,” an Inuktitut term of endearment for babies and young kids—about the gifts she has received from the animals of the Arctic.
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