kʷu ͜ c'əx̆ʷəntim təl stunx isck'ʷuls / Lessons from Beaver's Work Children's Book
Published in Penticton, this English and n'syilxʷcn book teaches children through storytelling to hold reverence for all life forms. The book depicts a conflict between Tapit, a rancher, and stunx (beaver), as they both try to meet their water needs. The touching humanity of stunx (Beaver) softens Tapit’s outlook, as he reminds Tapit that he is not the only one that depends on water.
Author: Harron Hall
Illustrated by: Bill Cohen