Speaking Our Truth

Written by Monique Gray Smith Published September 19, 2018 by Orca Book Publishers (Links to an external site.) “In this book, we are embarking on a journey

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My Name is Seepeetza

Written by Shirley Stirling Published in 1992 by Groundwood Books (Links to an external site.)   Seepeetza is 12 years old in 1958 and has decided to

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I Am Not a Number

Written by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer and illustrated by Gillian Newland Published September 6, 2016 by Second Story Press (Links to an external site.) When

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Fatty Legs

Written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton with artwork by Liz Amini-Holmes Published in 2010 by Annick Press (Links to an external site.)   Fatty Legs tells the

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The Elders Are Watching

Published 2003 by Raincoast Books (Links to an external site.) In the introduction titled “Thoughts,” artist Roy Henry Vickers sets the tone with an urgent message about

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The Water Walker

Written and Illustrated by Joanne Robertson Published in 2017 by Second Story Press (Links to an external site.) One day an ogimaa told Josephine Mandamin, “In my

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Shin-chi’s Canoe

Written by Nicola I. Campbell and Illustrated by Kim LaFave Published August 1, 2018 by Groundwood (Links to an external site.)   Shi-shi-etko is returning to residential

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A Day with Yayah

Written by Nicola I. Campbell and Illustrated by Julie Flett Published November 2017 by Tradewind Books (Links to an external site.)   In A Day with Yayah, Nicola

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You Hold Me Up

Written by Monique Grey Smith and Illustrated by Danielle Daniel Published October 31, 2017 by Orca Book Publishers (Links to an external site.) “With this book, we

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Nimoshom and His Bus

Written by Penny M. Thomas and Illustrated by Karen Hibbard Published in 2017 by Highwater Press (Links to an external site.)   Kind and gentle Nimoshom, which

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Book Clubs

Two defining principles of book clubs are choice and ownership. Book clubs are “a space where a specific group of individuals meet physically and/or virtually

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