Colouring and Learning Book
Artist: I-Hos Gallery
Printed in Canada using non-toxic vegetable based inks and water based coating, on FSC certified paper.
Discover the Animals
First Nations and Native Art
The images and text in these books are work of various Native and First Nations artist. For thousands of years native communities have developed their own distict cultures and art forms. Common to all Native people is their deep connection to the land and to the animals with whom they live with. Animals are respected and honoured through stories, songs, dances, and ceremonial clothing.
The stories and artwork are inspired by the animal kingdom. in these books these animals are divided into three categories: those that live on land, in the sea, or in the sky.
Explore the Animals
Northwest Coast First Nations and Native Art
The images and text in these books are the work of First Nations and Native artist 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.
First Nations and Native stories often feature the animal kingdom. In these books these animals are divided into three categories, those that live on the land, in the sea, and in the sky.
Learn from the Animals of the Salish Sea
Coast Salish Native Art
The images and text in these books are the work of various artists of the Coast Salish people. The animal art forms are used for ceremony, regalia, house posts, weavings, canoes and crafts, and relate to the oral history of our people.