Wenjack, paper ed

$12.00

Wenjack by acclaimed author Joseph Boyden joins Gord Downie's Secret Path acknowledging the truth behind the tragic loss of a residential child in 1966. Chanie Wenjack's story is presented as a 112-page fictionalized novella told through the eyes of Chanie and the animals who watch his struggle to reach home by following the railroad tracks. The brief chapters are presented by simple sketches by artist Kent Monkman.  These spiritual creatures are sucker fish, crow, hummingbird, owl, mouse skull, pike, spider, wood tick, beaver, snow goose, rabbit, and lynx.

Price: $12.00

Orenda, The, paper ed

$23.00

Suggested for mature adult readers. Contains graphic violence.
Please read Hayden King's critical review from a First Nation perspective: http://www.muskratmagazine.com/home/node/192#.U0apBKKGqvF
Hayden King is an Assistant Professor of Politics and Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. He is Ojibwe and Pottawotami from Gchi'mnissing in Huronia, Ontario.

Price: $23.00

Orenda, The, hardcover ed

$0.00

Suggested for mature adult readers. Contains graphic violence.
Please read Hayden King's critical review from a First Nation perspective: http://www.muskratmagazine.com/home/node/192#.Uuxg6vulpp0. Hayden King is an Assistant Professor of Politics and Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. He is Ojibwe and Pottawotami from Gchi'mnissing in Huronia, Ontario.

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Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont, paper ed

$22.00

Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont is part of the Extraordinary Canadians Series and is written by noted author Joseph Boyden. The paperback edition is brief and reads much like a novel and is suitable for secondary school students as well as the general public. John Ralston Saul provides the introduction. Chronologies for the lives of Riel and Dumont are included. A First Nation Communities Read 2012 title.

Price: $22.00

Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont, hardcover ed

$26.00

Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont is part of the Extraordinary Canadians Series and is written by noted author Joseph Boyden. The hardcover edition is brief and reads much like a novel and is suitable for secondary school students as well as the general public. John Ralston Saul provides the introduction. Chronologies for the lives of Riel and Dumont are included. A First Nation Communities Read 2012 title.

Price: $26.00

Through Black Spruce, paper ed

$22.00

Through Black Spruce is Joseph Boyden's second novel set in Moose Factory, Toronto, Montreal, and Manhattan. A haunting novel of love, identity, and loss-from the internationally acclaimed author of Three Day Road Beautifully written and startlingly original, Through Black Spruce takes the considerable talents of Canadian novelist Joseph Boyden to new and exciting heights.

Price: $22.00

Born With a Tooth, 2nd edition, paper ed UNAVAILABLE

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Born With a Tooth originally published in 2001 is reissued in this second edition. The book contains 13 short stories by noted author Joseph Boyden. Set in Northern Ontario, the stories introduce characters that appear in his later novels. Contemporary themes of loss, addictions, gambling, and suicide appear in this first collection as well as stories that contain humour and love. The book is organized into four main areas including Labour, Ruin, Running and Home.

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Through Black Spruce, hardcover ed OUT OF STOCK

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Through Black Spruce is Joseph Boyden's second novel set in Moose Factory, Toronto, Montreal, and Manhattan. A haunting novel of love, identity, and loss-from the internationally acclaimed author of Three Day Road Beautifully written and startlingly original, Through Black Spruce takes the considerable talents of Canadian novelist Joseph Boyden to new and exciting heights.

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Three Day Road, (Penguin Reader Guide Edition), paper ed

$22.00

Three Day Road, Penguin Reader Guide Edition), is the powerful and mesmerizing debut novel by Joseph Boyden who reinvents the tradition of Great War epics like All Quiet on the Western Front and Birdsong. It is 1919 and Niska, an Oji-Cree medicine woman, has left her home in the bush of northern Ontario to retrieve Xavier Bird, her only relation, who has returned from the trenches of Europe.

Price: $22.00

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