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  • Keywords
    • Indigenous children’s stories,
    • Brother and sister,
    • Indigenous stories,
    • Children and nature,
    • Adventure stories,
    • magical forest,
    • father sun and mother moon

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The Adventures of Raisen & Radar
Take a Deep Breath
by Jane Adams

See the light? It’s Spirit coming in. Come join Raisen and her little brother Radar as they ramble around the woods near their home. See the woods, the old oak tree full of animals, and the hill to the east that’s the perfect place to watch the sky. Say hello to Grandfather Sun and Grandmother Moon, meet the groundhogs who live under the hill, and hear Raisen tell her brother the things their elders have taught her. Raisen and Radar are happy at home, but they love to see new places too! Even in a big, strange, noisy city, the siblings are always surrounded by the love of family, and the world around them is full of new friends to be made. Full of imagination, nature, culture, and play, The Adventures of Raisen and Radar welcomes you into the life of a pair of Hiawatha children living in rural Ontario. Each of the four stories traces an adventure that will charm, fascinate, and feed the imagination.

“The Adventures of Raisen and Radar is a terrific storybook that will keep you turning pages to their next adventure. Hiawatha First Nation is honoured to recommend this book to all children and adults.” -Chi-Miigwetch, Chief Laurie Carr On behalf of Hiawatha First Nation Council and Community

Jane Adams lives in the Hiawatha First Nation with her husband, her children, and her grandchildren. When she’s not writing (or chasing her little ones!) Jane likes to read books and walk in the woods. These stories are inspired by her home, the escapades of her children and grandchildren, and a touch of Spirit. She hopes you’ll join her little people on their adventures and get an enjoyable and inspiring window into their lives—whether they look like yours, or very different.


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