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Recap of Indigenous Reads – Week 4

10/06/2019

June is National Indigenous History Month (NIHM), and OPL invites you to celebrate at the Library!

 

NIHM is a great opportunity to learn more about Indigenous cultures, history, and literature. Explore OPL’s collection of books, films and music by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit authors and artists.

 

Throughout the month, we are highlighting books by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit authors via our Twitter account. Here is the weekly, final, recap of the recommended reads, in English and French. 

Image: Makoons

Makoons

By Erdrich, Louise
Image: Reawakening Our Ancestors' Lines

Reawakening Our Ancestors' Lines

Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing = Atuffaalirniq Hivunipta Kakiniinnik
By Johnston, Angela Hovak
Image: Will I See?

Will I See?

By Robertson, David
Image: This Accident of Being Lost

This Accident of Being Lost

Songs and Stories
By Simpson, Leanne
Image: Residential Schools

Residential Schools

With the Words and Images of Survivors
By Loyie, Larry
Image: Up Ghost River

Up Ghost River

A Chief's Journey Through the Turbulent Waters of Native History
By Metatawabin, Edmund
Image: Take Us to your Chief

Take Us to your Chief

And Other Stories
By Taylor, Drew Hayden
Image: Ka pi icita8atc

Ka pi icita8atc

Ce qu'ils ont fait : parcours de dix-sept élèves du pensionnat autochtone de Saint-Marc-de-Figuery
By Sioui, Bruno
Image: Chroniques de Kitchike

Chroniques de Kitchike

la grande débarque : nouvelles
By Picard-Sioui, Louis-Karl
Image: Miguetsh!

Miguetsh!

portrait d'un passeur d'histoires
By Noël, Michel
Image: Uiesh

Uiesh

Quelque part
By Bacon, Joséphine
Image: Les mots volés

Les mots volés

By Florence, Melanie
Image: Le droit au froid

Le droit au froid

le combat d'une femme pour protéger sa culture, l'Arctique et notre planète
By Watt-Cloutier, Sheila