Running, paper ed

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Running is a young adult novel by the author of Where the Rivers Meet, Don Sawyer. In this story the focus is a developing friendship among three high school loners each holding firm to a secret as they begin long distance running training. Louie is a Cree youth whose younger brother and sister were scooped by CAS and placed in a foster home as he was constantly moved to several foster homes. Paul is a middle-class youth whose father died in a tragic car accident but Paul can only dwell on his part in his parent's death. Paul finds comfort in running.

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Where the Rivers Meet Teacher's Guide, paper ed

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Where the Rivers Meet Teacher's Guide supports the novel, Where the Rivers Meet. The novel is a young adult novel by educator Don Sawyer. Set in the small town environment of British Columbia, the story revolves around a Native teenager, Nancy Antoine. She lives on a reserve just outside the town where she attends high school. A railway bridge over a treacherous river gorge links the town and reserve communities. The river and the environment figure prominently in the narrative.

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NESA Activities Handbook for Native and Multicultural Classrooms Volume Two, 2nd printing UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. NESA Activities Handbook for Native and Multicultural Classrooms Volume Two is a collection of 22 culture-sensitive activities designed for teachers who want to provide meaningful and culturally-based leaning strategies for high school students. Designed by Native Education Services Associates in British Columbia this second volume was developed specifically for Native and multicultural classrooms. Each activity includes complete instructions and background materials.

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NESA Activities Handbook for Native and Multicultural Classrooms Volume Three UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. NESA Activities Handbook for Native and Multicultural Classrooms Volume Three is a collection of 23 culture-sensitive activities designed for teachers who want to provide meaningful and culturally-based leaning strategies for high school students. Designed by Native Education Services Associates in British Columbia this third volume was developed specifically for Native and multicultural classrooms. Each activity includes complete instructions and background materials.

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Grampa and the Four Brothers OUT OF PRINT

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Grampa and the Four Brothers is a chapter book by writer Don Sawyer. This story is an irreverent portrayal of a traditional vision quest as four brothers from the city answer their grandfather's challenge to locate the perfect yew tree branch that can serve as a walking stick. The brothers are carefree; they argue and tease each other. Except for the youngest brother, Sam. As the brothers prepare for the overnight stay in the woods searching for the perfect tree, the three oldest stock up on junk food. Sam thoughtfully considers the best foods to pack.

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Where the Rivers Meet, paper ed

$13.95

Where the Rivers Meet is a young adult novel by educator Don Sawyer. Set in the small town environment of British Columbia, the story revolves around a Native teenager, Nancy Antoine. She lives on a reserve just outside the town where she attends high school. A railway bridge over a treacherous river gorge links the town and reserve communities. The river and the environment figure prominently in the narrative. The author explores the daily prejudices endured by the Native students through the eyes of Nancy as she witnesses first hand the social disintegration of her community.

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