Bear Plants A Garden / Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan: Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan (Paperback)

Bear Plants A Garden / Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan: Makwa Gitigaadaan Gitigaan Cover Image
By Brita Brookes, Isadore Toulouse (Translator), Shirley Ida Williams (Translator)
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Description


It's Spring in North Ontario and Bear decides to plant a garden. Follow Bear on his adventure. Deer shows him a meadow to plant a garden, Crow gathers seeds and clever Mole plants the seeds. Even the weather helps out with some rain, sunshine and a beautiful rainbow.

Bear wakes up hungry and watches the farmers planting a field for food. Bear decides to learn how to make a garden so he will have food to eat. What will Bear do? Will he stay hungry all Spring and Summer?

"A children's story about what a garden is, how to plant a garden, what makes plants grow and about teamwork and working together for a common good." Often used with seed planting lesson plans or slow food garden planning.

This book, brought to you by Four Colours Productions, is part of the Ojibwe language series. For more books from this series or other languages, please go to: www.four-colours.org

Product Details
ISBN: 9780615352220
ISBN-10: 0615352227
Publisher: Brita Brookes
Publication Date: March 29th, 2020
Pages: 34
Language: Ojibwa