Picture Book Review: We are Water Protectors by Carole Lindstrom

Looking for your next read? Check out We are Water Protectors by Carole Lindstrom, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Adrienne D.

Carole Lindstrom and Michaela Goade have penned the perfect children's book to teach youngsters to protect their environment and become advocates for issues they support. This award-winning book introduces children to the Ojibwe culture and that women are protectors of water, and everyone is responsible for their environment.

The author introduces the indigenous culture movement of water and earth protection very concretely and shares that water is our first medicine, but it is also sacred and must be protected from the black snake. This is a wonderful way to teach young children to protect their environment.

In addition to this wonderful story embedded in indigenous traditions, the author includes some great resources in the back of the book. This enables readers to learn more about why water is vital to many indigenous peoples and ends with a pledge for children to be earth and water protectors. Will you be an earth steward and water protector?

We Are Water Protectors is a must-read for parents, teachers, and others during Native American Heritage Month and to implement year-round. It is available in various formats including hardback print copy and eBook or audiobook in eReadKids, Overdrive/Libby, and Hoopla using your Fulton County Library Card.

Check out We are Water Protectors on eReadKids, Hoopla, Libby, or from your branch's shelves with your library card today!

eReadKids: We are the Water Protectors eBook & eAudiobook

We Are Water Protectors

We Are Water Protectors eBook

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