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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-03-919625-4
    • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
    • Premium Color interior
    • 32 pages
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    • 32 pages
  • Keywords
    • Traditional Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples,
    • learning stewardship of Mother Earth,
    • Indigenous teachings for children,
    • Anishinaabe storytelling,
    • conservation and environment education,
    • traditional hunting and trapping methods,
    • Turtle Island history

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Anahareo Saves the Beaver
by Carol Crowe , George Hartlen and Anne Nesbitt

Anahareo Saves the Beaver is the lost story of how Anahareo, an Indigenous woman, helps save the beaver from extinction. Anahareo helps to initiate the conservation movement by convincing Grey Owl to adopt two beaver kits and give up trapping. She helps him raise environmental awareness around the world. The story is accompanied by some Anishinabe translations and teachings as well as some thought-provoking environmental insights which will appeal to children ages 3 to 8.

Carol Crowe, Anahareo’s niece, is the founder and President of Indigenous Visions Inc. which delivers an array of Environmental training programs and provides land consulting services. George Hartlen is the Chief Administrative Officer for Friends of Riding Mountain National Park, a volunteer, non-profit, charitable organization that has worked with Riding Mountain National Park since 1987. Anne Nesbitt is a playwright and author who has worked on numerous projects with Friends of Riding Mountain National Park. Carla Joseph, the illustrator, is a Cree artist from Prince George, B.C. She won the Prince George Art Battle in 2016 and 2018. Translation and Indigenous Teachings are by Dennis and Elaine Mckay, Anishinabe elders, Rolling River First Nation.


Carol Crowe
George Hartlen
Anne Nesbitt

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