ma’uqw ‘i’ tthu snuhwulhs | The duck and his truck

Delores Louie (Swustanulwut) supplies the Hul’q’umi’num’ translation and voice to this children’s story by the wonderful Jez Alborough.   Please go to his website to find out more about his booksjezalborough.com ma’uqw ’i’ the snuhwulhs The duck and his truck suw’ tskwims thu snuhwulhs tthu ma’uqw.The duck’s truck is red. yut’at’ukw’ tthu ma’uqw.The duck is heading home. yutl’i’lum’tus thu tskwim […]

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kwthu swuy’qe’ ni’ hwu spe’uth | The man who was turned into a bear

An encounter by the river turns deadly with lasting consequences, in this story by Amanda Harris, translated into Hul’q’umi’num’ by Delores Louie, and illustrated by Valerie Bob. kwthu swuy’qe’ ni’ hwu spe’uth The man who turned into a bear by Amanda Harris and Delores Louie 01. nu sqwul’qwul’ nilh kwthu swuy’qe’ ’i’ hwu spe’uth. This is a story about a […]

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thuqulshunum’ | Rainbow

Jordana Seymour and Donald White are canoe pullers in the Rainbow canoe club, Stz’uminus, British Columbia. Delores Louie translates their story into Hul’q’umi’num’, a Coast Salish language.   thuqulshunum’ | Rainbow by Jordana Seymour, Donald White, and Delores Louie 01. ’uy’ skweyul. ’een’thu Jordana Seymour, tun’ni’ tsun ’utl’ shts’uminus, ’i’ ’een’thu Donald, tun’ni’ tsun ’utl’ snuneymuhw. Good day, I’m Jordana […]

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