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I know I am precious and sacred /

by Abood, Debora [author.]; Vancouver Native Friendship Centre.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780992151645; 0992151643.Subject(s): Children's rights -- Canada -- Children's literatureOnline resources: Publisher website Summary: "I Know I Am Precious and Sacred follows a conversation between a child and loving grandfather as they talk about what the words “precious” and “sacred” mean. These culturally integral concepts are explained in simple, practical terms, so that Little Ones may recognize how they affect relationships in families and communities. I Know I Am Precious And Sacred is a soft-cover children’s book, geared towards readers and listeners ages 5 to 10 years old, but holds out important truths for their adults as well. The book was printed locally by Hemlock Printers, Ltd, a family-owned business, recognized and awarded in their industry for excellence in both quality and environmental sustainability. We are pleased to once again partner with Victoria Native Friendship Centre on this fantastic resource for social, cultural and educational organizations who want to explore the richness of First Nation ancestral teachings on the value of children." -- Publisher website
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"I Know I Am Precious and Sacred follows a conversation between a child and loving grandfather as they talk about what the words “precious” and “sacred” mean. These culturally integral concepts are explained in simple, practical terms, so that Little Ones may recognize how they affect relationships in families and communities.

I Know I Am Precious And Sacred is a soft-cover children’s book, geared towards readers and listeners ages 5 to 10 years old, but holds out important truths for their adults as well. The book was printed locally by Hemlock Printers, Ltd, a family-owned business, recognized and awarded in their industry for excellence in both quality and environmental sustainability.

We are pleased to once again partner with Victoria Native Friendship Centre on this fantastic resource for social, cultural and educational organizations who want to explore the richness of First Nation ancestral teachings on the value of children." -- Publisher website

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