A poem for newborns by well-known First Nations writer Richard Van Camp accompanied by photographs.
Ten biographies of Native women leaders and their extraordinary work in diverse fields as the arts, education, and tribal leadership.
In the 1960s, Western culture captured the fancy of Honey's community and family, and its spell inevitably changed a Kwagu'l family. This is Honey's story.
Belle must put aside her struggle to become the church bell ringer when those she loves are threatened during the battle of Batoche, part of the Riel Rebellion.
Diane "Honey" Jacobson's latest book is an important comment about First Nations efforts to save the salmon and her personal youthful journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life.
Slash poignantly traces the struggles, pain and alienation of a young Okanagan man who searches for truth and meaning in his life.