Books tagged: canadian natives

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Mary Waboss
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 68,680. Language: English. Published: August 11, 2010. Category: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
When it came to advising Mary Waboss how to find a better life no one was shy in telling her what she had to do. Mary listened and believed and dreamed. Even when they said to leave the small children on the reserve and escape with just Peter to the city, she still listened like a good soldier following orders. But what they didn't tell her was that they couldn't guarantee happiness.
Hope, Faith & Empathy
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Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 54,630. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
Hope, Faith & Empathy is the story of Tilly, a young Indigenous woman growing up in Canada, and the individuals who helped shape her life, her survival and her irrepressible spirit. Together, they tell a unique perspective of history rooted in strength, resiliency and hope. Woven throughout the book are stories, humour, wisdom and thought provoking teachings.Hope, Faith and Empathy is relevant, in
Culloo
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Price: $1.59 USD. Words: 18,020. Language: English. Published: March 28, 2013. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Tala can’t answer the door. The welfare officer is knocking and her father isn’t home again. She needs to find him before her and her young brother get placed in foster care. Their quest brings them to secluded woods where they discover bear poachers are responsible for their father’s disappearance.
L'homme Theroux
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 102,930. Language: American English. Published: October 12, 2014. Category: Fiction » Historical » Canada
When a trade negotiation at the Theroux family trading post turns deadly, young Thomas is forced into a role for which he is not ready. With the help of his uncle, the Métis youngster must venture through the frontier wilderness of the Saskatchewan territory to the only slightly more civilized Cumberland House to complete his father’s work and return home to take his place as head of the family.