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IBBY Canada is pleased to present the 2021 edition of From Sea to Sea to Sea: Celebrating Indigenous Picture Books.
Twenty five of the best Indigenous picture books published in Canada between 2018–2020 were selected for this collection. Care was taken to ensure that the collection reflects the diversity of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit voices from sea to sea to sea, and that the titles are available and in print for anyone who wishes to access them.
All of these titles are available to borrow through the TRAC library system with your library card.
Further reading suggestions can be found throughout the library on bookmarks and other brochures.
Ask library staff for readers advisory assistance - we'd love to help!
Image: The shirt is a Metis Ribbon Shirt/ Metis Regalia, and hand made moose hide drum bag, courtesy of Murray MacKinnon from Papaschase First Nation and Cree Mukluks, courtesy of Paulla Adamitz from Sucker Creek First Nation
(Photo: Lauri MacKinnon, 2021) Mode LaVan Photography
Indigenous Peoples Themed Fiction for Adults
Indigenous Peoples Themed Fiction for Teens
Indigenous Peoples Themed Fiction for Middle Grades
Indigenous Peoples Themed Books for Everyone
Indigenous Peoples Themed Non Fiction for Adults
Indigenous Peoples Themed Non Fiction for Middle Grades
Indigenous Peoples Themed Graphic Novels for Adults
Indigenous Peoples Themed Graphic Novels for Teens
Indigenous Peoples Themed Graphic Novels for Middle Grades
To access this online collection, login with your TRAC barcode number and Pin #