Moving Forward: A Collection about Truth and Reconciliation supports the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action in this 73-page anthology from Nelson's iLit Series. The reviewers are Melanie Brice (Métis from Saskatchewan), Jo-anne (J0) L. Chrona (Member of the Kitsumkalum, Band of the Ts'msyen Nation), Elizabeth Anne Cremo (Eskasoni First Nation), Troy Wm. Maracle (Mohawk), Eileen Marthiensen (Inuvialuk from Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories), Shirley S. Nepinak (Member of the Anishinabe, Pine Creek First Nation), Jill Oman (Ojibway from Sagkeeng First Nation). The foreword is by National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Perry Bellegarde. This collection includes short stories, poems, essays, and art created by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis authors and artists on the calls to actions of Truth and Reconciliation in relation to residential schools. Each selection includes Before, During, and After questions and activities that support English Language Arts grades 10 to 12 curricula. The volume contains a speech written by Justice Murray Sinclair about the meaning of Reconciliation. Poetry includes I Am Graffiti by Leanne Simpson, Mechanic by Louise B. Halfe, and The Same as Trees by Nicola I. Campbell. The collection includes two memoir excerpts by Isabelle Knockwook, Apology Day, and Sheila Watt-Cloutier, The Right To Be Cold. A short story by Drew Hayden Taylor, A Special Occasion is included. Artwork is by Tracey Anthony and called Waiting For A Superhero and The Witness Blankett, an installation art by Carey Newman. There is an interview with Savannah 'Savvy" Simon called On the Frontlines with a Mi'kmaq Language Warrior in support of learning Mi'kmaq in contemporary settings. Two personal essays are: Richard Wagamese's Returning to Harmony, and Niigonwedom James Sinclair 's Those People, Our People. Steven Keewatin Sanderson's graphic story effectively explores Rock Bottom themes in this colour comic strip using a limited amount of text. This volume is an outstanding and relevant collection for Canadian students addressing the TRC's Calls to Action through literature. Credits are listed.