The 25 Titles – A Visual Celebration of the List

From Sea to Sea to Sea: Celebrating Indigenous Picture Books, 3rd Edition

A Is for Anemone: A First West Coast Alphabet, written and illustrated by Roy Vickers [Tsimshian/Haida/ Heiltsuk] and Robert Budd (Harbour Publishing, 2021)




Amik, written and illustrated by Sharon King [Potawatami] (Kegedonce Press, 2021)





Be a Good Ancestor, written by Leona Prince [Dakelh/Lake Babine Nation] and Gabrielle Prince [Dakelh/Lake Babine Nation] and illustrated by Carla Joseph [Cree] (Orca Book Publishers, 2022)





Berry Picking at Four Mile Bay, written by Barbara Adjun [Inuk] and illustrated by Kagan McLeod (Inhabit Education Books, 2021)





Grandfather Bowhead: Tell Me a Story
, written by Aviaq Johnston [Inuk] and illustrated by Tamara Campeau (Inhabit Media, 2021)






Nimosôm Anima—Nimihsōmihs Ta-minciwēnciman: Grandfather’s Reminder, written by Alberta-Rose Bear [Cree] and Kathleen O’Reilly and illustrated by Lindsay Bear [Cree] (Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing, 2022)




I Sang You Down from the Stars, written by Tasha Spillett-Sumner [Cree/Trinidadian] and illustrated by Michaela Goade [Tlinglit] (Owlkids Books, 2021)





Jigging for Halibut with Tsinii,
written by Sgaan Jaadgu San Glans (Davidson, Sara Florence) [Haida] and Robert Davidson [Haida] and illustrated by Janine Gibbons [Haida] (HighWater Press, 2021)





Majagalee: The Language of Seasons
, written by Shawna Davis [Gitksan/Nisga’a] with photography by Toonasa Jordana Luggi [Wet’suwet’en/Dakelh] (McKellar & Martin Publishing Group, 2022)





Mi’kmaw Daily Drum
, written and illustrated by Alan Syliboy [Mi’kmaq] (Nimbus Publishing, 2020)






Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh / This Is How I Know, written by Brittany Luby [Anishinaabe] and illustrated by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley [Anishinaabe] (Groundwood Books, 2021)





Mii Yi Gaa-bi-wiindmaagooyang: This Is What I’ve Been Told, written and illustrated by Juliana Armstrong [Ojibway] (Medicine Wheel Publishing, 2021)




On the Trapline, written by David A. Robertson [Norway House Cree Nation] and illustrated by Julie Flett [Cree/Métis] (Tundra Books, 2021)






Runs with the Stars, written by Darcy Whitecrow [Ojibwe/Dakota] and Heather M. O’Connor and illustrated by Lenny Lishchenko (Second Story Press, 2022)






Stand Like a Cedar, written by Nicola I. Campbell [Nłe7kepmx/Syilx/Métis] and illustrated by Carrielynn Victor [Coast Salish/European] (HighWater Press, 2021)





Still This Love Goes On, written by Buffy Sainte-Marie [Cree] and illustrated by Julie Flett [Cree/Métis] (Greystone Books, 2022)






Sweetgrass, written by Theresa Meuse [Mi’kmaq] and illustrated by Jessica Jerome [Mi’kmaq] (Nimbus Publishing, 2022)





The Dancing Trees, written by Masiana Kelly [Inuk/Dene] and illustrated by Michelle Simpson (Inhabit Media, 2021)






The Move, written by Doris George [Cree] and Don K. Philpot and illustrated by Alyssa Koski [Kainai Nation] (Heritage House Publishing, 2022)





Thunder and the Noise Storms
, written by Jeffrey Paul Ansloos [Cree] and Shezza Ansloos [Cree] and illustrated by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley [Anishinaabe] (Annick Press, 2021)





Treaty Words: For As Long As the Rivers Flow, written by Aimée Craft [Anishinaabe/Métis] and illustrated by Luke Swinson [Anishinaabe] (Annick Press, 2021)






Una Huna? Ukpik Learns to Sew, written by Susan Aglukark [Inuk] and illustrated by Amiel Sandland and Rebecca Brook (Inhabit Media, 2022)






We All Play, written and illustrated by Julie Flett [Cree/Métis] (Greystone Books, 2021)






We Dream Medicine Dreams, written and illustrated by Lisa Boivin [Deninu K’ue First Nation] (HighWater Press, 2021)






Wolverine, written by Allen Niptanatiak [Inuk] and illustrated by Patricia Ann Lewis-MacDougall (Inhabit Media, 2021)






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