We are a storytelling collaboration. We are a group of designers, artists, language teachers and elders who come together to create new learning materials for  language learners. These are done one project at a time.  Each team member is paid a fee for their illustration, translation, or writing for the book creation.  


We conceptualize, write, translate, illustrate, layout books, coloring books, accompanying toys, and other learning tools. We can create original stories or we can work with you as a partner to bring your project vision to life.  If you have a story contact us. We would love to help you bring your story to the world!


We collaborate! We are makers. No collaborator is locked into our group or our projects only.  FOUR Colours Productions also believes strongly in being involved in the community. We donate to conferences, we purchase advertising in program books, we donate our books to pow wow spot dances, we offer free coloring book booths at events at schools and pow wows, we do readings at libraries and schools and we participate in numerous Native American causes via silent auction and raffles. 


We offer a discount to booksellers, teachers & cultural centers email us to inquire.

Our books can be found at the following bookstores:


A tiny independent bookstore located in Minneapolis and is native owned by author and thought leader Louise Erdrich. They are committed to finding and stocking the very best in children's books, with a special emphasis on Native American titles. Four Colours Productions titles are available on their online shop. 


GoodMinds.com, is a First Nations family owned business, located on the Six Nations of the Grand River. They are your leading source for purchasing vetted First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and Native American culturally appropriate and culturally authentic educational resources and products. Our titles are available on their online shop. 

www.Barnesand Noble.com



"We hope you enjoy the photo gallery of us in the community working together to keep the language alive."