Ojibwa artist Mona Marshall has written and illustrated a heartwarming book with a timeless message. With illustrations reminiscent of the beloved story of Ferdinand the Bull and a poetic flair reaching back to the days of Dr. Seuss, Dusty is INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY about a horse named Snowman who was purchased off the back of a slaughterhouse truck and went on to inspire a nation. Mona Marshall has truly lived the message of her book, and it is her dream that this beautiful read-aloud story will inspire a new generation of children to - DREAM BIG, WORK HARD, OVERCOME OBSTACLES, AND SUCCEED.
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Ojibwa artist Mona Marshall has drawn playful illustrations of God’s creation that will delight everyone who reads After the Rain. Getting wet and dirty is the least of David’s concerns as he goes outside to explore his soggy neighborhood. Do you remember those days? Author Gladys Krueger has dedicated this adorable book to her childhood memories and to children everywhere who are building their own.
Just Like Jesus - A Shepard's Story is about a Navajo shepherd boy who finds out he has a lot in common with Jesus – The Lamb of God.
A story about a boy who received a wonderful Christmas gift from his absentee father. He loves the gift but wishes his father could be there to celebrate Christmas with him. His Grandma tells him that Jesus often felt the very same way. This story is lovingly illustrated by Mona Marshall, a Metis artist from Montana.
A Mighty Warrior is beautifully illustrated by Plains Cree children and draws on Plains Cree history to teach The Armour of God in Ephesians chapter 6. In it, kids read 10 stories about God’s spiritual armour through the lives of historical heros like Chief Poundmaker and Chief Piapot. There are also thrilling stories about a fictional Cree boy named Yellow Wolf.
Writing on Stone tells 10 stories from Blackfoot culture that illustrate The 10 Commandments in Exodus 20. The Blackfoot people are gardians of the largest collections of petroglyphs in North America. Were these ancient drawings once a moral code written on stone? The 10 Commandments are also a moral code written on stone by the finger of God so that all people know how to live in peace with Him and with each other.
Jackson Little-Light lives on a Cree First Nation. He doesn't want to get into trouble every time he turns around, but it seems to happen a lot! Things get out of control on the first day of school when he decides to jog to school in his brand new runners instead of taking the bus. He doesn't really mean to get the rodeo bulls so mad and . . . well, you will just have to read all about it!
Animal Tails is a fun filled, 5 lesson set offering crafts, games, snacks, Bible stories and animal folk tales from several Aboriginal communities. Learn many amazing facts about our animal friends; the snake, deer, wolf, buffalo and eagle. Everyone will enjoy drawing near to the Creator as they experience the animal tales.
10 fun filled lesson plans offer crafts, games, snacks, object lessons and a Bible story. These lesson plans can be used in a classroom or in informal family situations. What a fun way to learn about the Word of God and Plains Cree culture.
10 fun filled lesson plans offer crafts, games, snacks, object lessons and a Bible story. These lesson plans can be used in a classroom or in informal family situations. What a fun way to learn about the Word of God and Blackfoot culture.
The Promised Land is a collection of 10 stories from Metis history and the book of Joshua. God promised the people of Israel a beautiful land where they could raise their families and worship him in peace. In Canada, the Hudson Bay Company also promised Metis people land. Follow the paralell stories of two nations who fight for their land and learn that our true homeland is waiting for us in Heaven. Enjoy beautiful photos and artwork from both cultures.
10 fun filled lesson plans offer crafts, games, snacks, object lessons and a Bible story. These lesson plans can be used in a classroom or in informal family situations. What a fun way to learn about the Word of God and Metis culture.