The Amazing Time Travel Adventures of the Iron Crow Brothers and Bree Sainte Marie is a historical fiction young adult novel by Calgary amateur historian Rob Lennard. He combines an original time travel tale (image the Magic Schoolbus) along with historical factoids about Alberta history. He conveniently identifies the facts and story in two different fonts. When his little brother, Johnny, contracts a fatal blood disease, teenage track star Max Iron Crow embarks on a life-saving vision quest, meeting guardian wolves, three First Nations chiefs, and his own Blackfoot ancestors. After facing death in encounters with a rattlesnake, stampeding buffalo, and an angry grizzly, his greatest challenge is to unite Johnny with his only hope for survival: a long-dead medicine man. Using his science teacher’s time travel device, Max takes Johnny and their friend Bree, a Métis girl, back to an 1899 celebration in honour of Alberta’s missionary Father Lacombe. Time soon becomes the enemy, as the healer proves elusive and, with minutes to spare, Max can only save Johnny by running—and winning—the toughest race of his life. Some students may find the fact-filled pages intrusive as they appear at various points along the storyline. Nevertheless, the novel makes interesting reading especially for students in Alberta. A First Nation Communities Read 2013-2014 title.