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Books are available from the Winnipeg Public Library in Manitoba's seven indigenous languages.

Each of our 20 locations has a dedicated Indigenous Resources collection which contain books written by Indigenous authors as well as on a variety of topics related to Indigenous peoples. Most of the language learning material is located at the Milllennium Library and can be requested for delivery at any location.

Fisher River Cree Nation English-Cree cookbook
Manitoba aboriginal medical glossary in Dakota, Dene, Cree, Island Lake Dialect, and Ojibwe.
Dakota Okhanpi
Talking Gookom's language : learning Ojibwe
Pocket Inuktitut : a phrasebook for nearly all occasions
La lawng : Michif Peekishkwewin : the heritage language of the Canadian Metis
Nehiyawetan kikinahk = speaking Cree in the home : a beginner's guide for gamilies
Pocket Ojibwe for kids and parents : [a phrasebook for nearly all occasions]

Links to books in our Catalogue

Dual Language Books

Opimōtēwina wīna kapagamawāt Wītigōwa = Journeys of the one to strike the Wetigo
Le secret de ton nom : fier d'être Métis = Kiimooch ka shinikashooyen : aen kishitaymook aen li michif iwik
Indians don't cry = Gaawiin mawisiiwag anishinaabeg

Children's Books

It's a mitig!
On the tundra (Inuktitut edition)  Nunavummi reading series. Level 4
Taku wadaka he? = What do you see?
Come and learn with me = Éwo, séh kedidih
The move = Kā-āciwīkicik