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Defying Palliser: Stories of Resilience from the Driest Region of the Canadian Prairies by Jim Warren and Harry Diaz

Defying Palliser: Stories of Resilience from the Driest Region of the Canadian Prairies by Jim Warren and Harry Diaz

Cree: Language of the Plains by Jean L. Okimasis

Cree: Language of the Plains by Jean L. Okimasis

Grateful Prey: Rock Cree Human-Animal Relationships by Robert Brightman

Grateful Prey: Rock Cree Human-Animal Relationships by Robert Brightman

People of the Plains by Amelia M. Paget

People of the Plains by Amelia M. Paget

"He laughed again, more quietly, and took my hand. His level gaze challenged my defiance. His lips brushed my cheek as he whispered into my ear. 'I'd like to see you again.'"  From page 14 of "Dollybird" written by Anne Lazurko. Available online at www.coteaubooks.com

"He laughed again, more quietly, and took my hand. His level gaze challenged my defiance. His lips brushed my cheek as he whispered into my ear. 'I'd like to see you again.'" From page 14 of "Dollybird" written by Anne Lazurko. Available online at www.coteaubooks.com

"People from Isben had told me the prairie was harsh and unforgiving, and I'd be lucky to last the winter. But perhaps it was instead a kindred spirit of sorts, its obvious failures pocking the surface for the world to see: the slough dried up before the ducks could hatch their eggs, the would-be trees stunted into shrubs...my failures simply blended in" From page 99 of "Dollybird" written by Anne Lazurko. Available online at www.coteaubooks.com

"People from Isben had told me the prairie was harsh and unforgiving, and I'd be lucky to last the winter. But perhaps it was instead a kindred spirit of sorts, its obvious failures pocking the surface for the world to see: the slough dried up before the ducks could hatch their eggs, the would-be trees stunted into shrubs...my failures simply blended in" From page 99 of "Dollybird" written by Anne Lazurko. Available online at www.coteaubooks.com

The Assiniboine

The Assiniboine

"The narrative voices of the characters are a reflection of their distinct personalities. There is a wry humour that flows beneath some of the stories, juxtaposed against heart-rending glimpses of not only the struggles of the Métis people, but also their strengths." Read the full review by Kim McCullough from PRISM

"The narrative voices of the characters are a reflection of their distinct personalities. There is a wry humour that flows beneath some of the stories, juxtaposed against heart-rending glimpses of not only the struggles of the Métis people, but also their strengths." Read the full review by Kim McCullough from PRISM

Introducing University of Regina Press

Introducing University of Regina Press

Fists Upon a Star by Florence Bean James and Jean Freeman  http://www.uofrpress.ca/publications/Fists-Upon-a-Star

Fists Upon a Star by Florence Bean James and Jean Freeman http://www.uofrpress.ca/publications/Fists-Upon-a-Star

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