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Mi’kmaq Ghost Stories Cover
Mi’kmaq people have been in touch with the spiritual for thousands of years. Some of these spiritual bonds have meant that the Mi’kmaq have resulted in scary encounters with the living. Ancients stories of ghosts and shape-shifters have been told around the fire for generations. Keeping this tradition alive is important not only for future campfires, but also to protect the sacred sites and hollowed grounds.

Prince Edward Island Book Awards 2022

Winner of Prince Edward Island Book Award for Children's Literature
  • Epekwitk

    The highly anticipated debut poetry collection of Mi’kmaq poems by Prince Edward Island’s Poet Laureate, Julie Pellisier-Lush. This collection will…
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PEI Classics
Children and Teen

Mi'kmaq Writers

Sandra Dodge Sandra Dodge
1 published books
Julie Pellissier-Lush Julie Pellissier-Lush
4 published books
Jesse Francis Jesse Francis
2 published books
A.J.B. Johnston A.J.B. Johnston
3 published books

Mi'kmaq titles

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