Join Lily, Ogimaa, and Ellie on a journey to find medicines for Grandma Mindy.
Author Elizabeth Barrett and illustrator Jonathan Thunder bring young readers along Mashkiki Road, where they meet animals who introduce the Seven Grandfather Teachings.
The colors are vibrant, as is the story. My son recently read the book to his younger cousin, and they remembered all the Ojibwe names of the wise beings the story introduced.
Multiple book launch events are planned including at the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club on July 14th. More information at https://www.mnhs.org/
Leah Lemm reporting for MN Native News, originally excerpted from the MN Native News broadcast July 7th
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