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Les Hurons-Wendats et la Grande Tortue

Michel Noël, Joanne Ouellet

Dominique et compagnie

ISBN 9782897392673

To explain the creation of the world to her grandchildren, Grandmother Yatoyen tells them how the Great Turtle welcomed their ancestor on her back and why they now proudly bear the name of Wendat.

Books from the "First Nations" series are designed to encourage children who are just beginning to read to take an unprejudiced view of Aboriginal nations.

Read an excerpt here.

Il y avait autrefois un village amérindien nommé Wendake. Ses habitants portaient le nom de Wendats, ce qui signifie «ceux qui vivent sur le dos de la tortue». On les appelle aujourd'hui Hurons-Wendats.

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