Angelique: Angel in the Snow (Book 4), paper ed LIMITED QUANTITY

$8.99

Angelique: Angel in the Snow is Book 4 in the Our Canadian Girl series that features the Metis girl, Angelique. The modern map of Canada at the beginning of the book provides the location for the book's setting. The story takes place in Saskatchewan near Batoche in 1865 and features eleven-year-old Angelique Dumas and her Metis family. This is the last installment of the Angelique character's year-long story of life as a Metis child. The harrowing story takes place during winter and Angelique now has a baby sister along with her younger brother, Joseph.

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Angelique: Autumn Alone (Book 3), paper ed LIMITED QUANTITIES

$8.99

Angelique: Autumn Alone is Book 3 in the Our Canadian Girl series that features the Metis heroine, Angelique. A modern map of Canada at the beginning of the book provides the location of the book's setting. The story takes place in Saskatchewan near Batoche in the late 1860s and features eleven-year Angelique Dumas and her family. This autumn Angelique looks forward to assisting her family during the fall buffalo hunt but circumstances have changed this year. Angelique's older sister has married, and Angelique learns that her mother is pregnant.

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Solomon's Tree, paper ed

$10.95

Solomon's Tree was selected for the 2004 First Nation Communities Read program by Ontario's First Nations Public Libraries. Their endorsement of this title is well justified. In this contemporary story set on the Northwest Coast, a Native boy learns about the cycle of life and traditional art when a special maple tree is felled during a storm. Solomon is an only child in a warm and loving Northwest Coast Native family. He finds hours of joy and comfort as he plays in the family's large maple tree.

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Solomon's Tree, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT The hardcover edition of Solomon's Tree is currently unavailable from the publisher. The paper edition of Solomon's Tree is currently available. Solomon's Tree was selected for the 2004 First Nation Communities Read program by Ontario's First Nations Public Libraries. Their endorsement of this title is well justified. In this contemporary story set on the Northwest Coast, a Native boy learns about the cycle of life and traditional art when a special maple tree is felled during a storm. Solomon is an only child in a warm and loving Northwest Coast Native family.

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