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How to find Children's Aboriginal Themed Picture Books in the Education Library

Each book in the Online Catalogue is assigned one or more subject heading to describe the subject content of the book.  If you do not have a title or author and are looking for books on a specific subject, you can enter a subject heading.  A sample of subject heading for Indigenous children's stories are listed below:

  • Native peoples - Canada - juvenile fiction
  • Ojibwa Indians - juvenile fiction
  • Indians of North America - Canada - juvenile fiction
  • Cree Indians - juvenile fiction
  • Metis - juvenile fiction

Professional Reading

A Selection of Aboriginal Themed Children's Books

Ebook Databases

BookFlix  Scholastic BookFlix is a new online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. The engaging way to link fact and fiction, BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration. ( A password is required to login, please ask at the Education Library Circulation Desk 343-8718 or

Tumblebook Library The Tumblebook Library is a collection of electronic animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles for children. The Tumblebook collection includes read alongs (chapter books) ebooks, puzzles and games and TumbleResources for teachers and students.

TumbleBookCloud TumbleBookCloud is a collection of videos and chapter books in categories which include: Ebooks, Read-Alongs, Graphic Novels, Videos (from National Geographic!), and Audio Books suitable for middle school and high school grades. Lesson plans and quizzes accompany the books.

TumbleBooks AudioCloud allows you to listen to your favorite audio books with just a click of a button. Listen online to audio books in many different categories: fiction, non-fiction, classics and even Spanish language audio books!There are 1,000 books in the collection, always available, never on hold, and no need to download.