Crow Winter-FNCR20

SKU: 9781443459679

Karen McBride
Grade Levels:
Twelve, Adult Education, College, University
Book Type:
HarperCollins Canada
Copyright Date:

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Crow Winter by Karen McBride, Algonquin Anishinaabe from Timiskaming First Nation in the territory that is now known as Quebec, is a story about trickster and Hazel Ellis. Returning home to Spirit Bear Point First Nation, Hazel dreams of an old crow. A new job at the Band office introduces her to evidence that will prove useful as she tries to unravel a complicated land issue involving family and historic records. Nanabush, her mother, Gus, Mia, Joni, Robby and Thomas are the links between her life, family and home and the Medicine Wheel. Organized in 18 chapters, an epilogue, author's note on language and acknowledgements, Crow Winter is highly recommended. This is a story of mystery, friendship, spirit, kinship, land claims and settler colonialism through Anishinaabeg storytelling. The illustrations are by the author, Karen McBride.

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