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Children's Books

The children's books have been produced since 2012.  Currently, there are 15 published books with two more in production.

Many of the books are adaptations of traditional stories based on recordings from the Wick R. Miller Collection.  Other books focus on teaching the Shoshone language (basic vocabulary and sentence structure) in a fun and visually appealing way.  The books were illustrated and developed by participants of the Shoshone/Goshute Youth Language Apprenticeship Program from 2009 - 2016.

The pictures below come from published books.  Limited quantitites of physical books were distributed to communities on behalf of Barrick.  If you are interesting in seeing the books in electronic format, .pdf files are available.

The published hard copy books are not available for request or purchase at this time, but video books are available at any time.

Traditional Stories

Itsappeh wa’ai Toyatukkupittsih – Coyote and Mountain Lion (artwork redone in 2012)

Mea Nawapaiya – Creation of the Months

 

Tapai ma’ai Tapu – Cottontail and Sun

 

Tempin Ainkwantuhinte – Rolling Rock (artwork redone in 2012)

Pia Toya – Big Mountain 


 

Twelve – Twelve (artwork redone in 2012)


 

 Shoshone Stories

Kutise Itsappeh – Crazy Coyote

 

Tammen Newe Tepooh – Our Shoshoni Writing

 

Newe Tetsee – Counting Indian

 

Ne Toko ma’ai Mimiakwantu’i – I’m Going on a Walk with Grandpa

 

Nian Nanewenee – My Family


 

Tsaan Tekkapeha Yekwi – Our food gathering


 

 

Sokopittan Nanewenee Hakai Nemmi’ite? – How do animals move?

Grammar (instrumental and directionals)

Pia Kuittsunan Tua – Baby Buffalo

Grammar (instrumental and directionals)


 

 

 
 

 

Last Updated: 7/20/17