November 19, 2017

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I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival

I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival

Métis writer and child rights advocate, Shelly Ann Wieringa, uses her own story of abuse, loneliness, homelessness, and eventual triumph as a vehicle to help others deeply affected by childhood neglect and trauma. In I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival, Wieringa takes readers on a step-by-careful...
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BOOK REVIEW: BOOZHOO, AJIDAMOO

BOOK REVIEW: BOOZHOO, AJIDAMOO

Boozhoo, Ajidamoo Cover | Image source: Barns and Noble While greeting the sun and various forest friends, the always curious and intelligent Ajidamoo meets Steve, an otherworldly visitor, and takes a trip into space. Such is the setting for Michael Lyons’ wonderfully illustrated book for early Anishina...
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MUST READ INDIGENOUS CHILDREN’S BOOKS LIST

MUST READ INDIGENOUS CHILDREN’S BOOKS LIST

Cover of the children’s book The Song Within My Heart | Image source: Strong Nations The beginning of May marked Canadian Children’s Book Week where family reading is celebrated and promoted across the country, First Nations Communities Read also announced their shortlisted selections for the 2016...
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INDIGENOUS POETRY

INDIGENOUS POETRY

Calling Down the Sky cover art | Image source: mcnallyrobinson.com April is poetry month and lately Indigenous poets have been front and centre in the news. Halifax just appointed their first Mi’kmaw Poet Laureate, Rebecca Thomas, who is known for her powerful slam poetry. Thomas grew up in Moncto...
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