"Ke Kinu'tmui Ta'n Teli L'nui'simk, Kiju." - Page 12

"Koqwe app?" pipanikesit Apistanewji'j.
"Ke almila'tinej, wisqi lu'kwate'n nataqowey," teluet Kiju.
"Apistanewji'j ke' wisqi lu'kwate'n: Kpukik. Kmusti. Kjikun.
Kipit. Ksisqun. Kkat. Ksi. Ksituaqan. Kpisisqunan. Kili. Kilnu
Ktijin. Kusapun. Kqusi. Kpaqm. Kpitn. Ksiskw. Kqun.
Tami etek, naaaaaa, hmm, kuno'qey?" aqq Apistanewji'j
wisqi elukwatk wuno'qey aqq paqsipkelmit.



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"What else?" asks Little Marten. "Let's play, the point to something game," says
Grandma. "Little Marten, please point to: your eye, stomach, knee, tooth, nose,
foot, lip, ear, toe, belly button, tongue, thumb, hair, nail back, hand, face, heel.
Where is your naaaaaaa, hmmm, butt?" Little Marten quickly points to it and they
burst out laughing.


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Copyright Patsy Paul-Martin 2001-2002. Used with permission.
Written and Narrated by Patsy Paul-Martin, Illustrations by Melody Martin.
Originally Published by Eastern Woodland Publishing, Truro, NS.
Web version prepared by Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk.