National Book Festival: Children's Ojibwe book wins Minnesota's Best Read for 2011
Anton Treuer is editor of an original children's storybook in Ojibwe. The stories were created by area Ojibwe first speakers. The book won the National Book Festival Minnesota's Best Read for 2011 award from the Library of Congress. Pioneer Photo/Molly Miron "Awesiinyensag Dibaajimowinan Ji-Gikinoo'amaageng," a monolingual Ojibwe book for young readers, was chosen by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress to represent Minnesota this year in the National Book Festival.
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