Kisepāyāwi Nikamowin Nanāskamowin Kistikān (Morning Song)

by Randy Morin

Other authorsShaniqua Ndiaye (Illustrator)
Paperback, 2021



Morning Song is a Cree girl who lives on a reserve. She does not like to eat vegetables because she thinks they are not important and do not taste good. One day, she goes on a walk and stumbles upon a magic garden where vegetables can talk. Morning Song meets carrots, cabbage, cucumbers, potatoes, pumpkins and other vegetables which explain her why each of them is an important part of a healthy diet. The book teaches children about importance of eating healthy, and living a happy and active lifestyle.

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Bookland Press (2021), 26 pages


Original language



177231157X / 9781772311570

Physical description

26 p.; 8 inches


1 copy
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