Autumn's Dawn, paperback ed.

$12.95

Autumn’s Dawn by Kim Sigafus, Ojibwa, is the sequel to Nowhere to Hide also in the Pathfinders series. In Autumn’s Dawn, summer has arrived and Autumn visits her aunt Jessie in Minneapolis. She meets Jessie’s boyfriend and in reflecting on Jessie and Ryan’s relationship, she’s reminded of her parents’, Melissa and Tom’s, divorce and how she and her brother Sam want them to be a family again. Autumn has to spend two weeks at a summer school to pass into the next grade and she is paired with Sydney, who has bullied her previously.

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Nowhere To Hide, paperback ed.

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Nowhere to Hide is a young adult book by Ojibwa writer, Kim Sigafus. In this book, Autumn Dawn enjoys the outdoor life of lakes and woods of White Earth Reservation in Minnesota but at school she is bullied. With the school play only months away, homework tensions and Aunt Jessie Little Wolf coming to stay and share her room, things are becoming complicated for Autumn. Dealing with dyslexia, speech issues which she shares with her father, Autumn learns that she is not alone and can share her feelings about why she has lower grades and speech issues especially with 's'.

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Great Writers from Our First Nations, paper ed

$10.95

Great Writers from Our First Nations is the 2012 book in the series, First Nations Series for Young Readers from Second Story Press. Published in the USA as Native Writers: Voices of Power in the Native Trailblazer Series from Native Voices Books. All books in this series feature brief biography pieces about several First Nation and Native American people who show leadership in their chosen field. In this book, the authors Kim Sigafus and Lyle Ernst selected ten individuals from the USA and Canada who work in the field of literature.

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