A young boy moves from Alaska to Yellowknife, makes friends, learns about the outdoors, gets warm handmade mittens when his hands are cold -- and writes a book. Seven-year-old Sebastian Bernabe wrote, illustrated and then published 100 copies of "The Alaskan Boy Who Explored Bushkids". When his family first moved to Yellowknife, Canada, he was sad because he had no friends. Then his parents enrolled him in Bushkids, an on-the-land learning program that connects Indigenous knowledge with western learning systems. "On my second day of Bushkids, my hands were cold because my mittens were not warm enough. So the elders gave me new mittens and then I felt warm again," he said. There are copies of his book in Yellowknife schools and the city library, and a copy has been sent back to Alaska.