Wild Berries

Looking for something yummy? Here is the first review in the picture book series featuring indigenous authors. I really enjoyed reading this book, especially since it reminded me of an childhood favorite of mine, “Blueberries for Sal.” It even shares what sound a berry makes in the Cree dialect.

Speaking of language, I love that this book has not only an indigenous language integrated into it, it even helps non-native speakers with the pronunciation. A great way to expose your kids to a different language than what they might learn in school.

I also enjoyed the simplicity of the art. It leaves quite a bit to the imagination which is wonderful for kids. Definitely a great addition to your home library!

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