The Story of Manoomin

The Story of Manoomin produced by Fond du Lac Head Start

The Story of Manoomin

  • Board Book
  • Fond du Lac (2013)
  • SKU: 9780615698991
Regular price $9.95
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Manoomin (traditional wild rice) is a sacred spirit food grain given to the Ojibwe people from the Creator. It is important to daily life, ceremonies, celebrations and Thanksgiving feasts. Learn the story of Manoomin, along with Ojibwe words and phrases, as you accompany a group of young people through the harvest. Beautiful photos illustrate the process, with simple explanations in English along with associated Ojibwe words.

Produced by Fond du Lac Head Start, Cloquet, Minnesota

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