Halfling Spring: An Internet Romance, paper ed

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In Halfling Spring: An Internet Romance, a series of notes unfolds the dance of desire versus trust through a long season of actual and metaphorical springtime. This poetry volume features the artwork of Ojibwe artist Leo Yerxa. Joanne Arnott is a Métis/mixed-blood writer, born in Manitoba and based in Coast Salish territories on the west-coast. A publishing and performing poet since the 80s, a blogger in more recent years, Joanne is mother to six young people, all born at home.

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Last Leaf First Snowflake To Fall: A Poem, paper ed

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Last Leaf First Snowflake to Fall by Ojibwe artist Leo Yerxa is a celebration of the seasonal change from fall to winter. Through prose poetry and collage images, Yerxa weaves an engaging account of a Nishnawbe (Ojibwe) parent and child who travel in the woods during autumn. They begin by paddling a canoe to an island where they walk through different types of terrain. As evening approaches the pair set up camp and they settle in for the night. Using their upturned canoe for shelter the two fall asleep hearing the wind howl.

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Ancient Thunder, paper ed

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Ancient Thunder by Ojibwe author and illustrator Leo Yerxa is the 2006 winner of the Governor General's Award for Illustration. Yerxa draws on his appreciation and delight for the wild horses of the Plains as inspiration for the book. In this unique tribute, Yerxa works with hand-made watercolour paper that has the appearance of leather. His technique, developed through patient experimentation, gives the magnificent images of galloping horses the sense that their thundering hooves are like a force of nature.

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Ancient Thunder, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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Ancient Thunder by Ojibwe author and illustrator Leo Yerxa is the 2006 winner of the Governor General's Award for Illustration. Yerxa draws on his appreciation and delight for the wild horses of the Plains as inspiration for the book. In this unique tribute, Yerxa works with hand-made watercolour paper that has the appearance of leather. His technique, developed through patient experimentation, gives the magnificent images of galloping horses the sense that their thundering hooves are like a force of nature.

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Fish Tale, or, The Little One That Got Away, A OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher. A Fish Tale, or, The Little One That Got Away by Ojibwe artist Leo Yerxa is a humourous tale about the perils fish face at the hands of fishermen. Before there was Finding Nemo there was A Fish Tale. The story is told from a fish's perspective; in fact the story focuses on a dart school dropout nicknamed Small Fry. Small Fry has heard numerous tales about the unknown and what could happen to fish who swim away from their garden deep in the pond. He ponders what life might be like high up near the surface.

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Last Leaf First Snowflake to Fall UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Last Leaf First Snowflake to Fall by Ojibwe artist Leo Yerxa is a celebration of the seasonal change from fall to winter. Through prose poetry and collage images, Yerxa weaves an engaging account of a Nishnawbe (Ojibwe) parent and child who travel in the woods during autumn. They begin by paddling a canoe to an island where they walk through different types of terrain. As evening approaches the pair set up camp and they settle in for the night.

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Opening In The Sky, paper ed

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Opening in the Sky is the first book of poems published by Armand Garnet Ruffo. Many of the poems previously appeared in literary magazines and anthologies. Ruffo draws on his Ojibway background to explore issues of identity, alienation, liberation, love and loss. This sensitive and powerful collection displays a fresh perspective of contemporary Native reality. Recommended for Naïve literature courses at the senior high school and post secondary levels.

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