Books written by Mindy Willett

The Caribou Feed Our Soul

Fifth House Publishers | February 1, 2011 | 26 pages
Describes the life of Pete Enzoe, a Chipewyan Indian living in the Northwest Territories, focusing on how he maintains his tribe's culture and the importance of caribou to his people's survival.  More Info

Quviahuktunga Inuvialuugama

Fifth House Publishers | November 19, 2018 | 26 pages
James and his daughter Rebecca, members of the Tuk community above the Arctic Circle in Canada, go on a trip to harvest beluga whales--an essential part of the lifestyle of the Inuvialuit people. Original.  More Info

Living Stories

Fitzhenry & Whiteside Limited | November 19, 2018 | 26 pages
The author shares her love of her community in the Northwest Territories and explains the sacred stories and traditional wisdom of her community's elders.  More Info

We Feel Good Out Here

Fifth House | November 19, 2018 | 26 pages
Describes the daily life of Julie-Ann Andrâe, a Gwich'in Indian who lives with her family in the Khaii luk area of the Northwest Territory, and how she maintains her culture and heritage and passes it on to her children.  More Info

No Borders

Fifth House | December 15, 2012 | 40 pages
No Borders shares the life of Darla Evyagotailak, a 16-year-old Inuk girl. Through Darla's life, readers will get a glimpse into the intricately connected families of Inuit living in the communities of Kugluktuk, Nunavut and Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories. Although recently divided by the border... More Info

At the Heart of It

Fifth House | May 15, 2012 | 32 pages
Raymond Taniton is Sahtugot'ine, which means “people from the Sahtu or Great Bear Lake.” He lives in Deline, Northwest Territories, on the shore of Sahtu, Canada's largest and most pristine lake. Raymond, former chief, is one of his community's many gifted leaders. In At the Heart of It, the... More Info