Written by Caitlin Nicholson
Translated by Leona Morin-Nelson
This simple story in Cree and English explores a young childís relationship to his kuhkom, his grandmother, as they go for a walk in the bush to pick rosehips. The young boy follows his grandmother, walking, listening, picking, praying, eating, just as she does. In doing so, he absorbs the rich cultural traditions and values of his Cree heritage.
Publication Date 2008
Hardcover with jacket | 24 pages | 9 x 13"
Ages 2 to 5
JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Multigenerational / Nature & the Natural World (see also headings under Animals) / People & Places / Canada / Native Canadian