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Hello humpback! —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946- author, illustrator.

"With bright and bold illustrations of the wild and magical West Coast by celebrated First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers, this sturdy board book will delight babies and toddlers as they begin to experience and recogni...

Raven squawk, orca squeak —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946-

With bright and bold illustrations by celebrated Indigenous artist Roy Henry Vickers, this sturdy board book introduces iconic sounds of the West Coast and supports the language development of babies and toddlers. From t...

Sockeye silver, saltchuck blue —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946-

This board book introduces babies and toddlers to a kaleidoscope of colours and the rhythm of changing seasons on the West Coast. Sockeye Silver, Saltchuck Blue follows the shifting spectrum of the Pacific Northwest incl...

One eagle soaring —Budd, Robert, 1976-

"One Eagle Soaring, a "first numbers" book, explores counting and numbers with the help of West Coast animals-from a single eagle aloft, to a pair of swimming whales, as well as leaping frogs, honey-hungry bears and a gr...

If you want to visit a sea garden —Weisman, Kay, 1951- author.

"Discover the wonder of ancient sea gardens on the Northwest Coast." -- SkyRiver.

Stories from the magic canoe of Wa'xaid —Paul, Cecil, 1908-1995, author.

A remarkable and profound collection of reflections by one of North America's most important Indigenous leaders. Who better to tell the narrative of our times about the restoration of land and culture than Wa'xaid (the g...

They can't hang Caroline —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946-
Large Print
2002
Availability: 1 of 2

Inspector Curwen and Hugh Stanton were faced with the most challenging case of their careers. Herbert Gretton had been found murdered in the gloomy old mansion, Whiddonmere Hall, and although motive and malice were not l...

Peace Dancer —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946-

The Chief of the Heavens brings down a powerful storm that floods the village of Kitkatla after children disrespect a crow. After the washed out villagers promise to change, and the storm stops and the water recedes, a P...

The elders are watching

This video "The Elders are Watching" is based on a book of the same title. "The Elders are Watching" is a poem by Dave Bouchard and images created by Roy Henry Vickers of the stories of the 'Old Ones - the Elders", as se...

Voices from the Skeena : an illustrated oral history —Vickers, Roy Henry, 1946- author, artist.

"The Skeena, second longest river in the province, remains an icon of British Columbia's northwest. Called Xsien ("water of the clouds") by the Tsimshian and Gitksan, it has always played a vital role in the lives of Ind...

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