Online Catalogue

If you are interested in any of these available resources, please use our order form:

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The Shocking Truth about Indians in Textbooks

Available in English

First published in 1974, The Shocking Truth about Indians in Textbooks analyzes the content about Indigenous people in textbooks. It has been re-published by MICEC and includes a new preface by Dr. Verna Kirkness. 

What's the weather like?

Available in Ojibwe and Cree
Early Years (0-6)

Illustrations and words about the weather. 

   

My Family

Available in Ojibwe and Cree
Early Years (0-6)

Illustrations and names of common relationships in a young boy’s family. 

   

Animals

Available in Ojibwe and Cree
Early Years (0-6)

Illustrations and names of common animals in Manitoba. 

 

The Duck's Eggs

Available in Ojibwe and Cree (with English translations)
Early Years (0-6)

Ojibwe book currently sold out (November 9, 2016)

Two young children go outside one day to play at the lake. They encounter a nest of duck eggs and rush to take them home to eat. However, they learn that they should not touch the duck's eggs without permission!

 

Babaamosedaa: Let’s Go For a Walk

Available in Ojibwe (with English translations)
Young Adults (grade 6 and up)

Come join Ben and Jenii on their adventure through the North End of Winnipeg! Throughout their adventure they meet new people and have exciting experiences. 

Includes a narrated CD in Ojibwe

App available for Android and Apple users for FREE!!

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Gidinwewin: Your Language

Available in Ojibwe (with English translations)

The first of its kind – Level One Ojibwe language resource for language learners and educators. This resource comes with a workbook for students, as well as an audio CD narrated to allow learners to hear the language as they work through the material.

Wahbung: Our Tomorrows
40th Anniversary Edition

Available in English

First published in 1971, Wahbung: Our Tomorrows is the most significant and influential declaration ever produced by the First Nations peoples of Manitoba. It had been re-published by MICEC in a special 40th Anniversary Edition.