Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel, The, hardcover ed LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE

$21.95

The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel is the newest Drew Hayden Taylor book. This time the Ojibwe playwright tackles the young adult novel and provides a twist by creating characters and a storyline that is part vampire tale as well as a coming of age novel. Teenager Tiffany Hunter is a disgruntled high school student who lives with her dysfunctional family on a small Ojibwe reserve. Otter Lake is her home and living at her house are her father and his mother. Grandmother is caring and wise and holds the family together after Tiffany's mother left her family for another man.

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Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel, The, paper ed

$12.95

The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel is the newest Drew Hayden Taylor book. This time the Ojibwe playwright tackles the young adult novel and provides a twist by creating characters and a storyline that is part vampire tale as well as a coming of age novel. Teenager Tiffany Hunter is a disgruntled high school student who lives with her dysfunctional family on a small Ojibwe reserve. Otter Lake is her home and living at her house are her father and his mother. Grandmother is caring and wise and holds the family together after Tiffany's mother left her family for another man.

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Night is Gone, Day is Still Coming: Stories and Poems by American Indian Teens and Young Adults, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Night is Gone, Day is Still Coming: Stories and Poems by American Indian Teens and Young Adults is a remarkable anthology of original poems, short stories, and memoir by 57 Native American young writers between the ages of 11 and 22. Selected by a panel of editors the works tell other young teens and young adults about the values and concerns of being Native American in United States today. These young voices reflect the worlds of young adults in cities, small towns, and those living on reservations.

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It's Test Day, Tiger Turcotte OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher It's Test Day, Tiger Turcotte is a chapter book for young readers about a multiracial boy coping with test anxiety. Tiger is seven and is taking a first-time, serious test in second grade. The test anxiety begins in the morning at home before he sets off to class. Despite his mother's calming presence, Tiger still has worries about the test. He wonders about the possible types of questions on this special test. Then the test begins and right off there is a problem question.

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Arctic Memories, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Arctic Memories is a collection of stories and brief information pieces about the Inuit way of life written and illustrated by Inuk artist Normee Ekoomiak (1948-2009). His recollections of his childhood in Fort George on James Bay are reflected in he images and text of the Iglu, Arctic Spring, Ice Fishing, the Shelter, the Blanket Toss Game, String Games, and High-Kick Game. Each of the sections is accompanied by one or two colour art pieces by the author.

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Trail of Tears (Step 5), The, paper ed

$6.99

The Trail of Tears by renowned Abenaki author, Joseph Bruchac, is part of the Step into Reading program from Random House books. This beginning chapter book recounts the story of the Cherokee forced relocation in 1838. This title is classified as a Step 5 book in the series because it provides an independent reading experience for students who are ready for chapters. This title features longer paragraphs and contains coloured illustrations that encourage young readers to try a chapter book.

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Wilma Mankiller: Chief of the Cherokee Nation, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Wilma Mankiller: Chief of the Cherokee Nation is one of the titles in the Signature Lives Series published by Compass Point Books. The remarkable life story of Wilma Mankiller (1945- ) is told in nine chapters. As a Cherokee girl, Wilma Mankiller grew up during a time of change in America. She experienced first-hand the effects of the federal government's relocation program for Native Americans when her family was moved from their home in Oklahoma to San Francisco.

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Jim Thorpe: Original All-American, hardcover ed

$22.50

Prolific Abenaki writer Joseph Bruchac has written a new first-person narrative biography of famed athlete Jim Thorpe (1887-1953). Thorpe is known as the greatest athlete who ever lived and his career in professional football and Major League Baseball stand as lasting testaments to this remarkable person. He was winner of Olympic gold medals in track and field during the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm. The accounts of his early years and difficult times at Carlisle Indian School (residential school) are told with candor and modesty.

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Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws: The Sugar Bush, paper ed

$13.95

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws: The Sugar Bush is a graphic novel based on the characters in the comic strip that appears in Anishinabek News. Artist Chad Solomon, grandson of respected Ojibwe Elder and activist Art Solomon, created two Ojibwe brothers known as Rabbit and Bear Paws. With this inaugural 32-page comic, Rabbit and Pear Paws are key players in an 18th century North American setting. The artist places the two characters in Ontario where they come into contact with English soldiers on route to Niagara.

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When the Spirits Dance: A Cree Boy's Search For the Meaning of War, paper ed

$16.95

When the Spirits Dance by award-winning authors Larry Loyie and Constance Brissenden is a recent children's book about a Cree family during the Second World War. Larry Loyie grew up with his extended family in Rabbit Hill in northern Alberta. In 1941 when Larry was eight, the family's traditional lifestyle was interrupted as the need for an increased Canadian war effort reached Slave Lake in Alberta. The Loyie family was faced with the need for all able-bodied men to enlist in Canada's army.

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