Treaty Promises and Provisions
Brown, M., & Studio, M. (2001). Arthur's Family Values: Arthur's promise. Houston, TX: Advance Publishers.
Berry, J. W. (2005). Help me be good: A book about breaking promises. Dunbury, CT: Scholastic.
Grandmother's Book of Promises
This beautiful, rhyming gift book gives you countless chances to articulate the promises grandmothers make in their hearts but often don't find opportunities to express to the grandchildren they adore -- esteem-building promises like "I will always love you" and "I'll be your biggest fan!"
Hill, K., & Clar, D. A. (2000). Grandmother's book of promises. New York, NY: Waterbrook Press.
Nanobosho: How the Turtle Got Its Shell
Long ago, when Turtle was just a little green creature, he had to hide from everyone because he had no shell. Then one day Nanobosho wasn't having much luck fishing. Turtle helped out by telling Nanbosho where all the fish were. Nanobosho was so grateful that, as a reward, he fashioned a shell out of a round stone to protect Turtle from any harm (Publisher).
McLellan, J., & Brynjolson, R. (2009). Nanabosho, how the turtle got its shell. Winnipeg: Pemmican.
Munsch, R. N., & Kusugak, M. (1988). A promise is a promise. Toronto, ON: Annick Press.