Indigenous Poetry/Hieroglyphics Kiskajeyi- I AM READY This hieroglyphic poetry book is the first of its kind. Aboriginal artist and writer, Michelle Sylliboy blends her poetry, photography, & Mi’kmaq (L’nuk) hieroglyphic poetry in this unprecedented book. Publication is timed to coincide with the 2019 Year of Indigenous Languages, and the launch of Michelle Sylliboy's Mi'kmaq hieroglyphic art exhibit in Nova Scotia. ISBN: 978-1-7753019-2-9 Paperback: 6" x 9", 76 pages Price: $19.99 Release date: March 31, 2019 This book can be now beorderedthrough our catalogue. For more information on this book- click on the book cover image .
Indigenous Children's picture book - Ages 3-8 Nootka Sound in Harmony: Aboriginal Connections We are grateful for the support and permissions of the Cultural Resource Centre committee and Chief Jerry Jack of the Mowachaht/Muchalahat First Nation in Tsaxana, BC. Metis author, Spencer Sheehan-Kalina, uses poetry to highlight the beauty of the Nootka Sound and the animals that live there with Aboriginal connections to the poem's content. These connections align with the curricular competencies of kindergarten to grade 3. Parents will love to read this book with their preschoolers and be able to share the Indigenous connections. Illustrated by Kim Nixon. ISBN: 978-1-7753019-3-6 Release date: May 9, 2019 Paperback: 8" x 8", 32 pages Price: $14.95 For more information click on book cover image. This book can be now beorderedthrough our catalogue.
Children's picture book- Ages 3-8 Ghost's Journey: A Refugee Story By award winning author, Robin Stevenson When life in Indonesia becomes too dangerous, Ghost and her two dads are forced to leave their home and escape to freedom in Canada. Ghost's Journey is inspired by the true story of two gay refugees, Rainer and Eka, and their cat. ISBN: 978-1-7753019-4-3 Hard Cover: 9" x 9" Pages: 40 Price: $21.99 Release date: Sept, 2019 Now available! - To order, go to our "Catalogue" page For more information on this book-click on the book cover image
Indigenous Anthology In Our Own Aboriginal Voice 2 A collection of short fiction, memoirs, non-fiction, and poetry written by Aboriginal writers from across Canada. Also includes original Aboriginal artwork. The Aboriginal selection committee comprised of librarians, educators, and administrators, also included author Richard van Camp. Featuring the work of established authors such as the late Connie Fife, Joanne Arnott, Michelle Sylliboy, Dennis Saddleman, and other emerging Aboriginal writers from across Canada. Foreword by former Chief Edmund Metatawabin, author of Up Ghost River: A Chief's Journey Through the Turbulent Waters of Native History. Edited by Aboriginal editor, Michael Calvert. ISBN: 978-1-7753019-1-2 Paperback: 6" x 9" 147 pages $18.95 Release date: Dec, 2019 Pre-orders accepted now. For more information and reviews -click on the book cover image
Anthology Disabled Voices Embodies the spirit of disability community, and activism. Written and illustrated by the disabled community about the disabled community, Disabled Voices is an international anthology collection of short story (both fiction and non-fiction), personal essay, poetry, and artwork. With wide-ranging topics such as invisible disabilities, mobility aid use, identity, inclusion, on line activism, internalized ableism, memory loss, and pain—most readers will find reflections of themselves/their experiences within these pages. Disabled Voices is a must have book for members of the disabled community, but it is also very necessary to bring awareness and understanding to readers of all kinds. ISBN: 978-1-7753019-5-0 Paperback: 6" x 9" , 150pp | 5 b&w; 10 colour illustrations, $18.95 Release date: March , 2020 Pre-orders are now accepted. For more information on this book-click on the book cover image
Children's picture book- Ages 3-8 Cancer is a C word Author: Sunita Pal, Illustrated by Cody Andreasen What is this "C" word that everyone is talking about? Dealing with cancer is a sad reality that many families have to face, and explaining it to little children can be very difficult. Cancer is a C Word will help families and schools to introduce the concept of cancer to little ones, specifically to early primary-aged children, in a very simple and gentle way that is easy for them to understand. Cancer is a C Word also reminds children of the other C words that result from cancer, like cuddling, compassion, community, and caring. Cancer is a C Word makes explaining a very difficult topic a bit easier. ISBN: forthcoming Hard Cover: 9" x 9" Pages: 40 Price: $19.99 Release date: Oct, 2020
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