A huge thank-you goes out to all the media representatives who have expressed interest in the Little Cree Books project, and who have enthusiastically shared our story. The success of the project, as well as the revitalization of heritage languages in general, depends on the individual investments and commitments people make to spreading, teaching, and using these languages. We appreciate your efforts in helping to generate interest in language preservation. kinanâskomitinân – We are thankful for you all.
E-books show kids the colour of Cree language (Article by Bev Betkowski, University of Alberta, January 23, 2013)
CBC RadioActive Edmonton (Interview with Portia Clark, January 23, 2013)
Article by Stu Salkeld in The Mountaineer, January 2013
J.R. grad creates tool for teaching language (Article by Jeannette Benoit, The Vermilion Standard, January 31, 2013)
Innovative e-books Help Preserve the Cree Language (Article by Justina Reichel, The Epoch Times, January 31, 2013)
Cree e-books now online (Article by Theresa Seraphim, Cold Lake Sun, March 4, 2013)
Pecha Kucha presentation (Presentation given by Caylie Gnyra and recorded by The Edmonton Journal at Northlands, March 7, 2013)
Website offers Cree language e-books for educators, early readers (Article by Sandy Arndt, Alberta Sweetgrass Volume 20 Issue 4, 2013)
Learn Cree with Caylie (Language Portal of Canada, March 25, 2013)
Teaching Cree to a New Generation (Michael Hingston, The Edmonton Journal, March 28, 2013)
Make Something Edmonton: Cree Books (Interview with Erin Isfeld, CTV Edmonton, June 6, 2013)
Tashina and Matt on CBC RadioActive (Interview with Portia Clark, CBC RadioActive, Edmonton, June 19, 2013)
Edmonton group Little Cree Books provides free online resources to help students learn Cree (Article by Doug Johnson, Edmonton Examiner, April 9, 2014)
It is very difficult to find good basic Cree language books directed towards young elementary students. We have downloaded the two Cree e-books for our students at Sunchild First Nation School. The books will be laminated, coil-bound, and presented to our kindergarten class as well as our K-6 Cree teacher. Thank you for providing such a valuable learning resource free of charge.
-David J. Malthouse, Vice Principal of Sunchild First Nation School, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta