Ojibwe-Style Moccasin Game latest release by Blue Hand BooksGREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS (2017) --- Blue Hand Books Collective in Western Massachusetts has just released a new book by first-time author Charles Grolla (Ojibwe) of Bemidji, Minnesota. His Ojibwe name is Ogimaagiizhig Odoodeman Adikwan.
The new book includes a glossary of Ojibwe terms relating to this sacred game and the history of how “makwa” bear gave it to the Ojibwe people.
In 2016 Minnesota Indian Education awarded him “Ojibwe Teacher of the Year” for his many accomplishments during his six years of teaching high school Ojibwe language classes. Along with teaching high school, he volunteers once a week to teach moccasin game to the community.
Charles currently lives in Bemidji Minnesota
(see his photo and bio at Blue Hand Books)
Publisher: Blue Hand Books Collective, 442 Main Street, #1061, Greenfield, MA 01301 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) Website: www.bluehandbooks.org
MEDIA CONTACT: interview and photos will be provided upon request.
Trace Hentz, Blue Hand Books, www.bluehandbooks.org