Chapter 6 Small Number and the Big Tree
Small Number is a young boy who gets into a lot of mischief. With his sister Perfect Number he visits their Grandma who lives in a small village on their Nation’s traditional territory.
This story was written by Veselin Jungic (SFU) and Mark MacLean (UBC)
The illustrations were created by Simon Roy and Jess Pollard
The French translation was completed by Audrey Venner
The Hul'q'umi'num translation was completed by Delores Louie (Swustanulwut)
The Spanish translation was completed by Laura López and Christian Rosete
The Squamish translation was completed by Setálten, Norman Guerrero Jr. of the Squamish Nation
The Tla’amin translation was completed by Betty Wilson (Ochele) from the Tla’amin Nation
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