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A short history of Indians in Canada : stories —King, Thomas, 1943-

A collection of twenty short stories about contemporary Native Americans and historical native-white relationships.

Will's garden —Maracle, Lee.

A coming of age story of a young Sto: loh man, set in Sto: loh territory on the south west coast of Canada. As Will is preparing for his Coming of Age ceremony, the whole family teams together, working day and night to p...

Silent words —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952-

"Set in northwestern Ontario in the 1960s, Silent Words tells the story of a young Native boy and his journey of self-discovery. Danny's life is a daily struggle for survival. He runs away from his violent and abusive ...

My kokum called today —Loewen, Iris, 1951-
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2001
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When her Kokum (grandmother) calls, a young native girl living in the city knows she can expect a special experience from a trip back to the reserve and a visit with her grandmother.

Winners —Collura, Mary-Ellen Lang.

Summary: Having lived in eleven foster homes in a period of eight years, fifteen-year-old Jordy Threebears returns to the Ash Creek Reserve to live with his grandfather. Angry and disillusioned, he is faced with unexpect...

Anna's Athabaskan summer —Griese, Arnold A.

A young Athabaskan girl and her family make the annual return to their summer fish camp where they prepare for the long winter ahead.

Dreamspeaker —Cameron, Anne.

Eleven-year-old Peter, uncommunicative and tough, winds up in an institution for delinquent boys. Pursued by a constant fear of an unnamed evil, he escapes the institution, running deep into the forests of British Columb...

Spirit Bear and children make history

Spirit Bear and Children Make History tells the true story about how Spirit Bear and his friends stood up for First Nations children and helped make Jordan's Principle a reality. When Spirit Bear's mom tells him about an...

Keeper'n me —Wagamese, Richard, author.

When Garnet Raven was three years old, he was taken from his home on an Ojibway Indian reserve and placed in a series of foster homes. Having reached his mid-teens, he escapes at the first available opportunity, only to ...

Morning on the lake —Waboose, Jan Bourdeau.

An Ojibway grandfather and his grandchild set out early one morning in the grandfather's birchbark canoe and spend the day enjoying nature.

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