Vampire Skeleton Book One, The, paper ed

$9.99

The Vampire Skeleton is Mohawk author Sara General's third title from her publishing company, Spirit & Intent.  It is a novel loosely-based on old Haudenosaunee stories and explores what vampires might be like in a First Nations context.
“It’s a fast moving Young Adult story with hints of romance and a lot of magic. Most of my stories have magic in them. I like a lot of different kinds of books, but the ones with magic have always been my favourite."

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Fortune Teller's Daughter: Fortune & Fall Book One, paper ed, The

$9.99

The Fortune Teller's Daughter: Fortune & Fall Book One tells the story of Cora who returns home to find her mother missing and a large pool of blood covering the floor.  Desperate for answers Cora must now leave her home and stay at a teen shelter in her community.  Cora is soon to turn sixteen and plays for her local high school lacrosse tea.  After just learning the scout for the Iroquois Nationals team is impressed with Cora's lacrosse skills, Cora is sent reeling and confused. Cora's mom is the community's fortune teller despite Cora's objections.

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Skeleton Key Book 2, paper ed, The

$9.99

In the young adult novel, The Skeleton Key by Sara General, Cruz has made no secret of his desire to sever ties with his vampire sire. But when he brings old Haudenosaunee manuscripts to Brantwood University, intent on exploring their secrets, Rowen can't help but feel betrayed. Determined never to speak to him again, Rowen vows to concentrate on her healer training. But when Cruz's friend and fellow researcher is found brutally murdered, Rowen is drawn back to his side. 

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I Want, paper ed, 2017 FNCR

$20.00

Joseph A. Dandurand is a member of Kwantlen First Nation located on the Fraser River about twenty minutes east of Vancouver. He resides there with his three children Danessa, Marlysse, and Jace. Joseph received a Diploma in Performing Arts from Algonquin College and studied Theatre and Direction at the University of Ottawa. Joseph is the Heritage/Lands Officer for his people and has been performing his duties for 20 years now. He has been tasked with protecting his people’s heritage from the many destructive elements of development in the Kwantlen territory.

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Bearskin Diary: A Novel, paper ed, 2017 FNCR

$21.95

Bearskin Diary: A Novel is the 2017-2018 title selected as the winner for First Nation Communities READ. Carol Daniels is the author and the publisher is Nightwood Editions.  Raw and  honest, Bearskin Diary gives voice to a generation of First Nations women who have always been silenced, at a time when movements like Idle No More call for a national inquiry into the missing and murdered Aboriginal women.

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Wrist, paper ed 2017 FNCR

$19.95

Wrist, published by Kegedonce Press, is a scary story told about an Indigenous monster-like creature by author Nathan Niigan Noodin Adler.  Nathan Adler is a writer and an artist who works in many different mediums, including audio, video, film, drawing & painting, as well as glass. He is an MFA candidate for Creative Writing from UBC, currently works as a glass artist, and is working on a second novel and a collection of short stories. He is a member of Lac Des Mille Lacs First Nation, and currently resides in Mono, Ontario.

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Stone Gift, The, paper ed 2017 FNCR

$18.00

The Stone Gift by children's author  Deborah L. Delaronde brings a young adult fantasy novel for teen readers.  Sixteen-year-old D.J. awakens from a coma with no memory of who he is or what happened to him. All he knows is that he was severely beaten and his face is disfigured. D.J.'s grandmother places an unearthly stone necklace around his neck and he begins to recover at a rapid pace. When D.J. has visions about a boy named Jeff and his friend Tim, he starts to piece together the events that landed him in the hospital.

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Witness, I Am, paper ed 2017 FNCR

$18.95

From one of Canada's most recognized poets, Witness, I Am delves into the critical issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women through the retelling of an atayohkewin, a Cree Sacred Story; builds on the autobiographical arc of Gregory Scofield's eight collections of poetry; and reimagines Metis identity and belonging as contemporary sound poetry, weaving the personal and universal into a tapestry of sharp poetic luminosity.  Longlisted title on the 2017 First Nation Communities Read program.

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Red Files, The, paper ed 2017 FNCR

$18.95

The Red Files is inspired by family and archival sources, Lisa Bird-Wilson assembles scraps of a history torn apart by colonial violence.  The poetry collection takes its name from the federal government's complex organizational structure of residential schools archives, which are divided into black files and red files.  In vignettes clear as glass beads, her poems offer affection to generations of children whose presence within the historic record is ghostlike, anonymous and ephemeral.

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