Our Grandmothers' Words

Nkij’inen Teluet / Our Grandmothers’ Words

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Kina’matnewe’l Telimuksi’ki We’wkl Atukwaqnn, Kisi Amalwi’kmi’tij Gerald Gloade

Traditional Stories For Nurturing, Featuring The Art Of Gerald Gloade

Ta’n Mi’kmaq Teli-ktlamsitasultijik wjit Ketu’-wunijanimk

L’nu’k Ketlamsitasultijik poqji-kina’mat knijan teli-nqasayiw kejitu’n eskmalt mijua’ji’j, ula pkesikn wi’katikn wesku’tasik ta’n Kukumijinaq teli-ktlamsitasulti’tij wjit eskmalut mijua’ji’j aqq we’jitamk eykl kina’mu’ltal ta’n telkma’lsin aqq ma’w kikmaq ta’n tijiw mijua’jijk pma’ltj.

Mi’kmaq Wisdom for Pregnancy and Birth

Traditional child raising practices recognize that you begin to raise a child from the moment you know you are pregnant, this book shares the Grandmother’s understandings for pregnancy and birth as well as some traditional stories that are used to help guide and nurture parents and children as they grow together.

Ula wi’katikn maw-wikasikl klusuaqnn aqq kina’maqnn Prune Harris weja’tuajik newilijik Kisiku’k tleyawultiliji We’kwistoqnik. Teluisultijik Diana Denny, Murdena Marshall, Susie Marshall aqq Veronica (Flo) Young.

This book is created by Prune Harris from the words and wisdom of four Grandmothers from the Mi’kmaw Nation of Eskasoni. They are Diana Denny, Murdena Marshall, Susie Marshall and Veronica (Flo) Young.