Crow Helps a Friend

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Pub Date 16 Apr 2024 | Archive Date 18 Dec 2023

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Indigenous artist and storyteller Andrea Fritz tells the tale of a wood duck and a crow who turn a mistake into an opportunity for friendship and growth.

Qwiwilh the wood duck is preparing to nest in his favorite tree when Q'uleeq'e' the crow invites him to play in the tall branches. They jump higher and higher up the tree until they accidentally break the branches and come crashing down into the stream below. After a daring rescue, Qwiwilh sadly realizes his nesting spot is gone, and Q'uleeq'e' decides to make things right for her new friend.

In this original story set in Coast Salish Traditional Territory, author and artist Andrea Fritz uses Indigenous storytelling techniques and art to share the culture and language of the Hul’q’umi’num’-speaking Peoples. This is the second book in the Coast Salish Tales, following Otter Doesn't Know.

Indigenous artist and storyteller Andrea Fritz tells the tale of a wood duck and a crow who turn a mistake into an opportunity for friendship and growth.

Qwiwilh the wood duck is preparing to nest in...


A Note From the Publisher

Andrea Fritz is a Coast Salish artist and storyteller from the Lyackson First Nation of the Hul’q’umi’num’-speaking Peoples on the West Coast of Canada. She studied West Coast Native art with Victor Newman, a Kwakwa¯ ka ¯ ’wakw master artist. Andrea strives to express her People’s history and all our futures through her art. She focuses on animals and places of the West Coast and our intricate relationships with them. Andrea works in the mediums of acrylic on canvas and wood, serigraph, vector art and multimedia. She has had numerous gallery shows and participates in community-based art pieces. Andrea lives in Victoria, British Columbia.

Andrea Fritz is a Coast Salish artist and storyteller from the Lyackson First Nation of the Hul’q’umi’num’-speaking Peoples on the West Coast of Canada. She studied West Coast Native art with Victor...


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ISBN 9781459836242
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PAGES 32

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