Stand Like a Cedar
Nicola I. Campbell, illustrated by Carrielynn Victor
When you go for a walk in nature, who do you see? What do you hear?
Award-winning storyteller Nicola I. Campbell shows what it means "to stand like a cedar" on this beautiful journey of discovery through the wilderness. Learn the names of animals in the Nle7kepmxcín or Halq'emeylem languages as well as the teachings they have for us.
Experience a celebration of sustainability and connection to the land through lyrical storytelling and Carrielynn Victor's breathtaking art in this children's illustrated book. (From Highwater Press)
Nicola I. Campbell is Nłeʔkepmx, Syilx and Métis from the Nicola Valley in B.C. She is also the author of Shi-shi-etko, Shin-chi's Canoe, Grandpa's Girls and A Day With Yayah.
Carrielynn Victor is an artist and illustrator of Stó:lö, Coast Salish & settler heritage from the XwChí:yóm (Cheam) community in British Columbia.