Spirit Bear is a beautifully illustrated story of a little spirit bear written in lyrical text and will appeal to readers of all ages. This charming story about the beloved Spirit Bear is just one of the many tales featured in this collection of stories that reflect the belief that our stories are the roots of our people, our lands and our cultures.
Through these stories, children can learn about different First Nation territories and the unique cultures and traditions that make them so special. They can discover the importance of storytelling and how these stories help shape our identities and our understanding of the world around us.
So why not add "Spirit Bear" and the rest of the Strong Stories: Tlingit series to your child's bookshelf? They'll love reading these tales again and again, and you'll love knowing that they're learning about the rich and diverse cultures that make up our world.
About the Author
Bill is a Tsimshian / Norweigan artist, wood carver, jeweler, children’s book writer / illustrator and designer. Bill has focused on the Traditional Tsimshian art of his Fathers ancestry since 1980 and has created thousands of Love Rings and Wearable Art ever since. Some of his accomplishments include designing the patch worn by astronauts on the U.S. space shuttle Columbia in 1996, Astronaut patch for Bob Thirsk his 2011 ISS 6 month mission and the carving of the “world’s largest” (192 foot tall) totem pole known as the Spirit of Lekwammen, carved for the Commonwealth Games in Victoria to symbolize unity amongst all Tribes and Nations of the world.
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