Bookmark Giveaway!

In our continual effort to support First Nations communities and Aboriginal early childhood development, we have printed some motivational bookmarks that encourage literacy and learning.  We’d like to get them out to children in the community but need your help!

If you or your organization are involved in early childhood development and education for Aboriginal children, and would like to receive FREE bookmarks,  then simply leave us a comment and let us know how many you need.  We’ll get them off to you as soon as possible.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Let's promote learning and literacy with these bookmarks by various First Nations artists.

    • Amanda Rekunyk
    • May 5th, 2010

    Hi there! I love your products, and I just purchased the board books for my newborn daughter, Summer. When I’m not on maternity leave, I work for the Vancouver School Board, and I know the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Workers would love to distribute these book marks to the students in Vancouver. Email me if you need contact information.

  1. Hello: Please send 300 bookmarks to The Alaska Native Heritage Center, Attn: Glenn Olson, Education Programs Mgr., 8800 Heritage Center Dr., Anchorage, AK 99504

    We teach local Headstart pre-school children songs and dances and Alaska Native language. Thank you so much. They are going to love them. Congratulations on your board books – they are a big hit here and I am planning a re-order soon. We love your products.
    Delia Call

    • Hi Delia…so glad to hear you and your kids are enjoying the books…we’ll get those bookmarks off to you ASAP!

    • Haruka
    • May 15th, 2010

    Wow…, these bookmarks are so beautiful. The kids must be happy with the traditional but modern arts. I wish I could see it!

    • Hi Haruka! We wish you were here to see them too…you are greatly missed around the office. Talk soon, Cristina.

    • Eileen Zimm
    • May 27th, 2010


    We are a K4-12 School and we love the board books! Could you please send 200 to Stein Valley Nlakapamux School? Thanks.

    • Paula Cranmer-Underhill
    • May 31st, 2010

    Nice bookmarks. I think the chilren here in Sts’ailes would enjoy to receive a bookmark during the Aboriginal Solidarity Day Celebrations. Any chance we could get 250 or so to give away for June 21?
    Please mail to:
    Sts’ailes Development Corporation
    4690 Salish Way
    Agassiz, BC
    V0M 1A1

    We will appreciate them whenever we do receive them, and use them in a good way.

    Paula Cranmer-Underhill

    • Hi Paula,

      Thanks so much for your comment. We’ll get those bookmarks off to you right away! Thanks, Cristina

  2. Hi Cristina, I am involved with the Temiskaming Native Women Support Group here and they are running the Best Start program out of their daycare centre “Keepers of the Circle”. Can you please ship about 300 bookmarks and they will be used for Aboriginal Day celebrations at their two centres. Thank you! Connie
    Their mailing address is:

    Temiskaming Native Women Support Group
    c/o Carol McBride
    PO Box 1414
    Temiskaming Shores, ON
    P0J 1P0

    • Hi Connie,
      Thanks for commenting. We’d love these to be used at the Aboriginal Day celebrations. We’ll get them shipped out shortly.

    • Susan Phillips
    • June 4th, 2010

    My class would love to have some free bookmards. We are celebrating our first year of completing “Moe The Mouse” project. I was looking for a year end item to give to them.

    All My Relations,
    Susan P
    1300 East Broadway
    Vancouver, BC
    V5N 1V6

    • Philomena Pagaduan
    • June 22nd, 2010

    ‘Uy’ Skweyul ( Good afternoon) I am involved with may different programs invoving language and Culture. I am always looking our for different avenues to prom9ote these. The bookmarks are beautiful. May I have 200 sent to s5370 Smith Rd. Duncan B.C. V9L 6V2
    Huy ch q’u ( thank you)

    • Hi Philomena,

      Thanks for your comment! May I ask where the bookmarks will be used? Are you an educator? We always like to connect with educators and would love a little more information about your programs. Thanks again! Cristina

    • Lisa Maria Schlosser
    • July 4th, 2010

    I teach kindergarten at LAU,WELNEW Tribal School in Saanich and my little ones would be thrilled with a gift of these bookmarkers! Is it possible to send 20? I have already bought copies of all four board books and can’t wait for my new K class to enjoy them in the fall.

    • Of course Lisa! We’ll get them off to you right away. Thanks! Cristina

        • Lisa Maria Schlosser
        • October 24th, 2010

        Thank you so very much for the gorgeous bookmarks!
        The Kindergarten children are thrilled with them as much as I am.

        A very generous offer!


  3. We would absolutely love to support this great initiative. Our team runs a cultural learning program called Journeys of the Heart. We work with Aboriginal children between the ages of 2 and 5. We would need approximately 50 book marks.

    Thank you,

    Journeys of the Heart Team!

    • Meghan
    • September 4th, 2010

    I will be working with 120 fourth graders to study the first people of Washington as well as 130 third graders to study the aboriginal people of North America. I would love to provide your beautiful bookmarks to these young researchers.

    We are at
    Prune Hill Elementary
    1601 NW Tidland St
    Camas, WA 98607

    • Hi Meghan – thanks for your comment. We’d be happy to send along the bookmarks. I hope the kids enjoy! Best, Cristina

    • Philomena Pagaduan
    • September 8th, 2010

    ‘Uy’ Skweyul Cristina, I am following up on the request you requiring more information on which areas I parataicipate in as an educator. was there enough information sent to you with regards to the programs I am working with?
    Huy ch q’u(thank you)

    • Denyse Oswald-Finch
    • September 16th, 2010

    I teach the Aboriginal Early Childhood Education program at Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in Merritt as well as just starting a non-profit Aboriginal daycare for the students at the college. We have have 28 spots for our children and would love to recieve bookmarks for the children. I have also ordered your board books for the daycare and hope for more Aboriginal resources in the future.

    Denyse oswald-Finch

    Mail to:
    Helew’u Child Care Society,
    4155 Belshaw Street,
    Merritt, B.C.
    V1K 1R1

    • Thanks for your comment Denyse! We’ll get the books along with some bookmarks off to you right away. Best, Cristina.

    • Marge Crouch
    • November 3rd, 2010

    Our 3rd and 4th grade students would love to have a bookmark during their Native American Studies. We have 200 children.
    Thank you so much
    Marge Crouch
    Lacamas Heights Elementary School
    4600 NE Garfield St
    Camas, WA 98607
    360-833-5740 x78452

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