A large image of a stew in a wooden bowl, with other smaller images of dishes from the cookbook along the top of the cover. A green banner goes across the top half of the cover, with the title.

Setting a Welcoming Table: Mitji – Let’s Eat! Mi’kmaq Recipes from Sikniktuk by Margaret Augustine, Dr. Lauren Beck, and Patricia Bourque

Accompanied by warm family photos shared by community members and richly toned photographs created specially for the book by Patricia Bourque, Margaret Augustine and Dr. Lauren Beck have prepared a welcoming place setting for anyone interested in Indigenous history and culture in Mitji – Let’s Eat! Mi’kmaq Recipes from Sikniktuk.

Home is the Lands and Rivers: A Girl Called Echo Omnibus by Katherena Vermette

This special omnibus edition of Katherena Vermette’s best-selling series features an all-new foreword by Chantal Fiola, a historical timeline, and an essay about Métis being and belonging by Brenda Macdougall.

Freddie the Flyer by Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail, Fred Carmichael, Audrea Loreen-Wulf

A gorgeous picture book that pays homage to aviator Freddie Carmichael — the first Indigenous commercial pilot in the Arctic —with each month of the year highlighting moments from his life, the beauty of the North and the power of dreams.

Braiding Sweetgrass For Young Adults: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer

Drawing from her experiences as an Indigenous scientist, botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer demonstrated how all living things―from strawberries and witch hazel to water lilies and lichen―provide us with gifts and lessons every day in her best-selling book Braiding Sweetgrass.

Hold Your Tongue by Matthew Tétreault

Hold Your Tongue by Matthew Tétreault is a work of fiction built around the final days of Alfred, a central figure in his family even though he lives apart from them. It is primarily the story of Richard, who tries to make sense of his family, his history, and his life through the stories told by and about his great uncle Alfred.