I Can’t Have Bannock But the Beaver Has a Dam

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A recipe for bannock follows the story, so children and their parents or teachers can read a story and have a snack together.

 

 

Mom says she can’t make bannock because the oven can’t get hot because there’s no electricity because the power lines are down because a big tree fell on them because a beaver took down the tree because she needed the branches to build a dam. Dad’s gone to put the power line back up so eventually the oven will get hot—and the beaver will still have her dam. A recipe for bannock follows the story, so children and their parents or teachers can read a story and have a snack together.

 

 

Author: Bernelda Wheeler (Cree/Ojibwe/Métis)

Illustrations: Black and white illustrations by Herman Bekkering

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: 1984

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Cree, Ojibwe, Métis