Red River Resistance is the second in the 'A Girl Called Echo' series. Following the success of volume 1, 'The Pemmican Wars' and the anticipation of the third volume 'Northwest Resistance' due next, KatherenaVermette, the author; Scott B. Henderson, illustrator; and, Donovan Yaciuk, colour artist, have continued Echo's story to another time and place. This time learning about the Red River in the summer of 1869. Through the history of the Red River resistance, Louis Riel, the Métis, the Hudson Bay Company and this political period are intertwined with Echo's own life. Using time travel and contemporary Indigenous social justice issues, Highwater Press has found a unique approach to explaining Canada and Indigenous history. This graphic novel is visually appealing and this format adds a new dimension to storytelling, transporting readers to this time in history. Red River Resistance: A Girl Called Echo, volume 2 has been selected in the Young Adult/Adult Category Longlist for First Nation Communities READ 2019. Highly recommended.