Loner, The, paper ed OUT OF STOCK

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The Loner by Dana L. Coates is a young adult novel about a 16-year old Métis teen whose family has just moved from her Métis community to a Cree community. Dawn's mother is Cree and her father is a non-Aboriginal police officer. So Dawn thinks of herself as Métis but she does not have her mother's dark hair. Instead Dawn is frequently mistaken as a white teen. She feels caught between two worlds and finds refuge in her diary entries. Her new friends are questionable. They pressure Dawn to join them in smoking, drinking, and getting high. Dawn resists.

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Lapin et Patte-d'ours Les Sacrés Sept (Rabbit & Bear Paws Sacred Seven), paper ed

$83.65

Lapin et Patte-d'ours Les Sacrés Sept is the French edition of Rabbit and Bear Paws Sacred Seven, a new picture book series created by Chad Solomon, Tanya Leary, and Christopher Meyer.  The French translation is provided by Paul D. LeBlanc.

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Out on the Ice in the Middle of the Bay, hardcover ed

$19.95

Out on the Ice in the Middle of the Bay, first issued in 1993, has been re-released by Annick Press. Written by Peter Cumming, author and playwright, the picture book answers the question, what if a polar bear cub and child met on the ice in the middle of the bay. In this story a girl named Leah and Baby Boy Nanook each listen to their parents' warnings about not wandering off. But each little one goes out exploring and they both see an iceberg out on the ice in the middle of the bay.

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Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain: The Story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce, paper ed

$9.95

Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain: The Story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce is a graphic novel format title in the Graphic Library Series from Capstone Press. This 32-page book tells the story of the notable Nez Perce leader known as Chief Joseph. Chief Joseph wanted peace for his people. But the U.S. Army had different ideas. As the headman and spokesperson for the Nez Perce, Chief Joseph tried to do what was best for his people.

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Chickadee, hardcover ed

$21.00

Continuing the series that began with The Birchbark House, The Game of Silence and The Porcupine Year, Chickadee follows a brand new character, Omakayas's grandson Chickadee. It's 1866 and just like the bird that is his namesake, Chickadee is small and clever. When Chickadee's twin brother pranks Shigaag, the Ojibwe Nation's ne'er-do-well, Shigaag's unruly, bumbling sons kidnap Chickadee as revenge. He's taken farther from home than he's ever been. But Chickadee is not afraid because he remembers the saying his grandmother taught him: small things have great power.

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Chickadee, paper ed

$8.99

Continuing the series that began with The Birchbark House, The Game of Silence and The Porcupine Year, Chickadee follows a brand new character, Omakayas's grandson Chickadee. It's 1866 and just like the bird that is his namesake, Chickadee is small and clever. When Chickadee's twin brother pranks Shigaag, the Ojibwe Nation's ne'er-do-well, Shigaag's unruly, bumbling sons kidnap Chickadee as revenge. He's taken farther from home than he's ever been. But Chickadee is not afraid because he remembers the saying his grandmother taught him: small things have great power.

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Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear, paper ed

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Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear is the reissue of noted storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac's 1993 edition. This anthology of legends were selected and retold by Bruchac around the theme of a boy's initiation or rite of passage ceremony. Organized around four culture regions: the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the Northwest, Bruchac explains the significance of the number four in his foreword.

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Legend of the Fog, The, hardcover ed

$13.95

In this traditional Inuit story, The Legend of the Fog, a simple walk on the tundra becomes a life or death journey for a young man. When he comes across a giant who wants to take him home and cook him for dinner, the young man's quick thinking saves him from being devoured by the giant and his family, and in the process releases the first fog into the world. Written by Cape Dorset elder Qaunaq Mikkigak and Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award-nominated author Joanne Schwartz, this action-packed picture book brings a centuries-old traditional story to life for elementary readers.

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Lacrosse Warrior: The Life of Mohawk Lacrosse Champion Gaylord Powless, hardcover ed

$16.95

Lacrosse Warrior: The Life of Lacrosse Champion Gaylord Powless is a biography published by James Lorimer and Company, written by Karen Lewis about the life and lacrosse career of well-known sports figure Gaylord Powless (1946-2001). Born on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Gaylord came from a family of lacrosse players and began playing the sport when he was young. The author provides basic details about the Six Nations Iroquois, the community, family, and education system that made up Gaylord's world.

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Kookum's Red Shoes, paper ed

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Kookum's Red Shoes is a children's picture book from well-known children's author Peter Eyvindson, and published by Pemmican Publications. In this story, an Elder, Kookum, tells about her experiences as a child attending a Catholic-run residential school. As a child growing up in a loving family, Kookum recalls seeing a movie called The Wizard of Oz. Like Dorothy, Kookum is taken up into a wild and scary tornado as she is whisked away from her home into a foreign residential school. She had to leave her lovely red shoes behind.

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