Spirit Bear's First Book

When Spirit Bear’s mom tells him about an important human rights case happening in Ottawa, Ontario, he makes the LONG trip (by train, his favourite way to travel) to
go and watch, and to stand up for First Nations
kids. And he isn’t the only one! Lots of children come too—to listen, and to show they care. Spirit Bear knows that children can change the world because he’s there to see it happen. This is the story of how kids—kids just like you—made a difference… with a bit of help from some bears and other animals along the way!

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Learning Guide

Spirit Bear is paw-
sitively thrilled about his Learning Guide to accompany Spirit Bear and Children Make History. The guide supports families, educators, and communities in using Spirit Bear's book to teach about equity, reconciliation, and how kids can make a difference.

 

Indigenous Language Translations

Spirit Bear's first book is available in various Indigenous languages! Click on the links below to read and download a free electronic version of each translation! 

Cree Translation

Translated by Madeline Gamblin

Carrier Translation

Translated by Dorothy Patrick and
Alex  Michell

 


Spirit Bear and Children Make History and learning guide is an
Indspire Successful Practice in K-12 Indigenous education! https://indspire.ca/successfulpractices/spirit-bear-and-children-make-history/

With special thanks to Unifor and the Canadian National Railway Company for their generous support of this project.