Larry Loyie (Oskiniko) (November 4, 1933 – April 18, 2016, Cree) was an award-winning Canadian author and playwright.Larry Loyie was born in Slave Lake, Alberta, where he spent his early years living a traditional Cree life. At the age of ten he was placed in St. Bernard’s Mission residential school Grouard, Alberta. He is the author of several plays, short stories and children’s stories dealing with native traditions, literacy and residential schools. Larry first shared his residential school experience in his play Ora Pro Nobis, Pray for Us, directed by Constance Brissenden, in 1994. He continued with As Long as the Rivers Flow, winner of the Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction and First Nation Communities Read, and its sequel Goodbye Buffalo Bay. Other books by Larry Loyie are Welcome to the Circle, The Moon Speaks Cree, A Winter Adventure, When the Spirits Dance, A Cree Boy’s Search for the Meaning of War, The Gathering Tree, and Tant que couleront les rivières. Residential Schools, With the Words and Images of Survivors, A National History recieved the 2016 Winner of Golden Oak award in Ontario's Forest of Reading program and was a Finalist for 2015 Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction.
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Sale price$34.95Residential Schools, With the Words and Images of Survivors, A National History
Sale price$12.95As Long as the Rivers Flow: A Last Summer Before Residential School
Sale price$15.95Tant que couleront les rivières / As Long As the Rivers Flow (Loyie) (FR)
Sale price$19.95Two Plays About Residential School 20th Anniversary Edition.