Pocket Plains Cree for Kids and Parents: Solomon Ratt (y-dialect)

Speaking Cree with kids at home or at school?
Chances are, you need this book!

Originally written for Ojibwe kids by Trevor Greyeyes and Maeengan Linklater (two of the biggest kids I know), this Plains Cree edition is just as much fun in Plains Cree thanks to translation by Solomon Ratt (who makes it a team of three).  Published by groundbreaking Ojibwe language publishing house Mazinaate under “parental” supervision of Patricia Ningewance Nadeau, it is designed to be taken along in purse or a pocket to help take Cree out into the community where it belongs. 

Place your order online at mazinaate.com, or email books@patningewance.ca

Virtual Book Launch
Wednesday, November 25, 8pm (MB, SK), 7pm (AB)

Join Mazinaate publisher Patricia Ningewance Nadeau and Plains Cree teacher and translator Solomon Ratt to discuss the new book. Include your children! Enter the contest to win a free book. Learn how to have fun while teaching kids and yourself Plains Cree. here: 

Join us via Zoom on Wednesday, November 25, 8pm (MB, SK), 7pm (AB)
CLICK HERE to  Join Zoom Meeting.  
[note that meeting link works only during the actual event]

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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