ISBN: 978-1-7387367-4-4

Mama Sasquatch (Pre-sales)


When searching for berry bushes, Nala becomes lost, alone in the forest! Fortunately, Mama Sasquatch hears her cries and keeps her safe through the night. The following day, Nala learns how Mama and Baby Sasquatch live in the forest away from people, and why.

Ages 3-7

Both a charming and soothing for young children, Mama Sasquatch provides mesmerizing painted illustrations from Ditidaht First Nation artist and author Eva Swift.

SKU: 978-1-7387367-4-4 Categories: ,

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Weight 0.04 kg
Dimensions 17.8 × 25.4 × 0.5 cm


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