Native Northwest Colouring Book

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Art by Indigenous Artists

Made in Canada from paper sourced from sustainable forests; Vegetable based ink and water based protective coating.

24 pages; measures 8.5 in x 11 in

Explore the Animals - Featuring the work of 13 First Nations and Native artists from communities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Through their art and words, each artist has shared the importance of their personal and cultural relationship to the natural world.

Learn from the animals of the Salish Sea - Featuring text by Melaney Gleeson-Lyall and the work of 10 Coast Salish artists. The animal art forms are used for ceremony, regalia, house posts, weavings, canoes and crafts, and relate to the oral history of the Coast Salish people. 

Tlingit Animals - Alaskan Alison Bremner reclaims her ancestral language in this Tlingit coloring book featuring her original art. The English and Tlingit sentences below explain each animals cultural significance. Tlingit Animals is intended to teach younger generations Tlingit culture and language, in addition to developing reading skills and creativity.

Learn From The Anishanabe Clans - Prolific Anishanabe artist Mark Anthony Jacobson beautifully describes the meanings and special gifts within the Anishanabe clan system. Paint like Mark by using beautiful, vibrant colours.

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