When Andy's lover—his wife's best friend—goes missing on a kayaking trip, he steals a memory card with evidence to keep his secret from being exposed. The memory card is then stolen from him, and in his attempts to recover it he is led further than ever from his wife, testing the breaking point of their marriage.
Meet Yren: a 12 year-old Black, non-binary kid growing up in the safety of The Village during the time After the Fall. Yren never wanted to be special, but the Universe had other plans. Exploring these strange and exciting new powers will take Yren outside the safety of the life they’ve known and into a perilous adventure.
Noodin, a nonbinary Anishnaabe kid, plans to spend their day reading and eating pancakes - until they unexpectedly get saddled with babysitting duties. A hunt for amusements and snacks ensues, taking them across the city to meet many friends - human and animal.
Pigeon Pea has a lot of questions about their family and ancestors one afternoon. Auntie entrusts them with a magic cowrie shell that whisks Pigeon Pea back in time and across continents to visit with their great-great-great-great-great-great grandmothers and others, including their orisha.
This guide for all grade levels helps teachers engage students in intergenerational learning and authentic experiences. Find educator resources and inspirations, guidance on how to use the S?'ad'a principles, the significance of this series to Haida cultural resurgence, and critical perspectives on the impact of colonialism.
When Krish and his father take a camping trip to Ladakh, he convinces himself they’ll bond, despite Krish’s fear of germs and the outdoors. They become lost in a storm and stumble onto the hidden village of Imdur. The Imdurans are very secretive and can’t let Kabir and Krish expose their existence to outsiders.
When Mali meets Puug, she’s surprised to discover he’s wearing her stolen hair clip. If she helps him find what he needs, she has a chance of getting it back. Join Mali and Puug as they race to keep one step ahead of an ancient giant in the first volume of this series for young readers.
Helpless to stop a deadly illness, Rocky Cree Elder Kakakiw struggles to help the sick as more and more people pass into the spirit world. To save his people, Kakakiw must overcome doubt to trust in traditional teachings and the gift of the Little People.
This is a companion story to The Six Seasons of the Asiniskaw Ithiniwak series.
Written by Anishinaabe educator Christine M'Lot, this guide offers 12 lessons that support teachers in introducing students to Indigenous history and culture, exploring acts of sovereignty and resiliency, infusing Indigenous pedagogical practices, and incorporating the This Place CBC podcast when studying the graphic novel.
A grab-bag of joyful activities teachers can use to involve students in digital learning as they encourage interaction and inclusion. Simple ways to easily align student learning objectives and skills to the virtual environment.