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FINDING THE INVISIBLES : new ebook available

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June 15, 2022 Trace has finished publishing her new book FINDING THE INVISIBLES: a true story   Now on it's own website: www.findingtheinvisibles.com EBOOK: https://cosmicglue.pressbooks.com/ Waawiindamaw (Ojibwe) means promise. There is Waawiindamaw…   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Publisher Blue Hand Books Pocumtuckland, Greenfield, Massachusetts bluehandcollective@outlook.com www.bluehandbooks.org   MAY 1, 2022   "I don't know about you but I have plenty of paperback and hard covers," says Trace Hentz, author of the book series "It's A Miracle We Survived This Far." Her new book FINDING THE INVISIBLES | A True Story, will be published in blog posts over the course of the next few months. (and available as a pdf when it concludes.) (And it's free to read)  WEBSITE: https://www.findingtheinvisibles.com finding the invisibles from the new book PREFACE: Finding the Invisibles Is there a medicine for our world? Is th

"It is Time to tell our own Stories our way"

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 I met Drew in the early 2000s. He's wonderful. Check out his website: https://www.drewhaydentaylor.com/ The Night Wanderer by Drew Hayden Taylor The Night Wanderer is a book by Drew Hayden Taylor. (Annick Press) The Night Wanderer   is a YA novel featuring vampires and a dark mystery. A girl named Tiffany lives on the Otter Lake reservation and one day crosses paths with Pierre L'Errant, a vampire returning home after spending hundreds of years abroad. The fateful meeting changes their lives forever. How Drew Hayden Taylor married Indigenous stories with sci-fi, and found a perfect match Drew Hayden Taylor  is an Ojibwe playwright, author and journalist from Curve Lake First Nations in Ontario. He has worked on over 17 documentaries examining Indigenous experiences. In 2007,  Taylor  released his debut YA novel  The Night Wanderer .  His other books include  Motorcycles & Sweetgrass   and   Take Us to Your Chief ,  a collection of Indigenous science-fiction short s

new CBC Podcast series Kuper Island

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Things are heating up in the US, too. Check out AMERICAN INDIAN ADOPTEES BLOG   6 books on Canada's residential schools recommended by Duncan McCue and the Kuper Island podcast team The new CBC Podcast series  Kuper Island  tells the story of four students: three who survived and one who didn't. They attended one of Canada's most notorious residential schools — where unsolved deaths, abuse and lies haunt the community and the survivors to this day. Kuper Island is an eight-episode series hosted by journalist Duncan McCue. You can find it on CBC Listen or wherever you get your podcasts.  To continue the conversation, Kuper Island host McCue and producers Martha Troian and Jodie Martinson connected with CBC Books to share some of the books that impacted them when reflecting on and researching the residential school system.  LISTEN: Kuper Island * Missing Children and Unmarked Burials, vol. 4  by Truth and Reconciliation Com

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