Winner of 3rd Annual Children’s Storybook Contest Announced
Entries can be submitted up to March 31, 2020 to Chris Talbot, Public Affairs Coordinator, by email at email@example.com. Arthur C. Green/The Moose 100.1
The South Slave Divisional Education Council is excited to announce “I Paddled Down the Nahanni” by Denise Broomfield as the winner of the 3rd Annual Children’s Storybook Contest.
The story follows the author on a canoe trip as she ponders the values instilled by the traditions and knowledge of the North.
The story will be published as a dual-language book with text in English alongside Chipewyan (“T” Dialect) Dene Dedlıne Yatıe), South Slavey (Dene Yatıé), and Cree (nēhiyawēwin). The print book will also be reformatted as an ebook and made available on the SSDEC’s First Nations Storybook app, which is available for free on iTunes and Google Play.
“The traditional northern themes in Denise Broomfield’s story complement the growing library of more than 300 books published in four languages by the South Slave Divisional Education Council,” Shawna Coleman, Regional Indigenous Language Education Coordinator said. “The story also pays tribute to the beauty of the northern wilderness and the natural world we are lucky to experience on a daily basis.”
The SSDEC also launched the 4th Annual Children’s Storybook Contest, which will run until March 31, 2020. The official rules for the contest will be available on the SSDEC website (www.ssdec.net).
Entries can be submitted up to March 31, 2020, to Chris Talbot, Public Affairs Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.