This anthology illuminates the importance and value of water for Indigenous Peoples. A collection of poems, reflections, essays, and stories written by both well-established and emerging writers, this is a treasury of Indigenous voices that give insight into the connection of Indigenous Peoples to water. Suitable for all primary and secondary students, this book is delivered in the format of an anthology, allowing readers of every level to experience the worldview of the Indigenous Peoples in respect to this resource. “Gatherings XV: Youth Water Anthology” can serve as a springboard for inquiry units, for comparisons between Western and Indigenous worldviews or between traditional and contemporary issues around resources, as well as for possible discussions around narrative, voice, and storytelling in Indigenous cultures. Log in to read the full review.