What Would You Do?

$11.00 each

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Elaine Lariviére Chaput, the author/illustrator, is Metis and the book comes to us from Pemmican Publications a publishing house committed to the promotion of Metis culture and heritage.Available in paperback only.  Written and Illustrated by Elaine Lariviére Chaput, What Would You Do?  2008

What would you do if you lost your shoe? That's the challenge facing  a little boy who wants to get dressed. Will he cry and sulk? Or will  he use his imagination and his natural curiosity to find his shoe?  With the assistance of two friendly cat's he's on his way to find  out! While this book is not explicitly about Indians or First Nations  People, the sensibility of the story is indigenous, indeed. Elaine  Lariviére Chaput, the author/illustrator, is Metis and the book comes  to us from Pemmican Publications a publishing house committed to the  promotion of Metis culture and heritage. The story is told as a  rhyme, so its helpful for introducing early readers to rhyming words.  The illustrations are irresistible and will charm children of all ages.