The Residential School Diary of Violet Pesheens. A haunting novel about a 12-year-old girl's experience at a residential school in 1966.
The moving memoir of an Inuit girl who emerges from a residential school with her spirit intact.
A sequel to As Long as the Rivers Flow, Buffalo Bay is set during the author's teenaged years. In his last year in residential school, Lawrence learns the power of friendship and finds the courage to stand up for his beliefs.
When Irene is removed from her First Nations family to live in a residential school, she is confused, frightened and terribly homesick. When she goes home for summer holidays, her parents decide never to send her away again, but what will happen?
The powerful and moving life stories of two Métis sisters who suffer the breakdown of their family relations and the injustices of the social services system.
At six years old, Seepeetza is taken from her happy family life to live as a boarder at the Kalamak Indian Residential School. Life at the school is not easy, but Seepeetza still manages to find some bright spots.
No Time to Say Goodbye is a fictional account of five children sent to aboriginal boarding school, based on the recollections of a number of Tsartlip First Nations people
Shinchi finds solace at the river, clutching a tiny cedar canoe, a gift from his father, and dreaming of the day when the salmon return to the river — a sign that it’s almost time to return home.
A curious girl learns about how her grandmother held on to cultural touchstones when she was a child at a Native American residential school.
It all comes down to making the right life choices,” says the NHL’s legendary Reggie Leach, and this intimate biography lays bare the decisions that led him to become one of the best snipers in hockey history. Nicknamed the Riverton Rifle for his thrilling speed and deadly shooting skills, Leach overcame a childhood marked by poverty and racism to rise through the NHL, playing for the Stanley Cup-winning 1975 Philadelphia Flyers.