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Goodbye Buffalo Bay —Loyie, Larry, 1933-

Lawrence just has to make it through his final year of residential school and then he will never have to set foot in this horrible place again. But despite his best efforts to stay out of trouble, he finds himself in a f...

As long as the rivers flow —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016 author.

Includes an epilogue detailing how native Canadians were taken from their families and placed in residential schools, or "Indian boarding schools", and how the bad memories still linger.

When the spirits dance —Loyie, Larry, 1933-

First Nations author Larry Loyie describes his childhood years during the Second World War.

Tant que couleront les rivières —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016 auteur.

Un court roman de lecture facile qui dresse un portrait de la vie telle qu'elle se déroulait traditionnellement dans les familles des Cris avant les répressions exercées par l'homme blanc. La liberté et la joie de vi...

The gathering tree —Loyie, Larry, 1933-

Tells the story of an aboriginal family dealing with HIV.

Goodbye Buffalo Bay —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
DAISY Sound Recording
2011
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Lawrence leaves residential school, only to find the traditional First Nations life he loved is over - he feels like a stranger to his family until his grandfather helps him find his way. New adventures arise: Lawrence f...

Wild waters : inside a voyageur's world : can Tomma survive the fiercest of rivers? —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016, author.

"Tomma, a young Iroquois voyageur, signs his first contract with the Hudson's Bay Company. Does his loyalty lie with the almighty Bay or with his love of freedom? For Governor George Simpson, profits always come first, b...

The moon speaks Cree a winter adventure —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Based on memories from his childhood, Aboriginal author Larry Loyie tells of the adventures of Lawrence, an Aboriginal boy who learns many lessons during the winter season. Lawrence learns respect for sled dogs and how t...

As long as the rivers flow —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

It is Larry Loyie's last summer before entering residential school, a time of learning and adventure. He cares for an abandoned baby owl, watches his grandmother make winter moccasins, helps the family prepare for a hunt...

Goodbye Buffalo Bay —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

Lawrence leaves residential school, only to find the traditional First Nations life he loved is over - he feels like a stranger to his family until his grandfather helps him find his way. New adventures arise: Lawrence f...

Goodbye Buffalo Bay —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Like many of the tens of thousands of First Nations, Inuit and Métis children who were taken from their families and sent to residential school for years, Lawrence felt like a stranger in his community when he returned,...

Goodbye Buffalo Bay —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

Lawrence leaves residential school, only to find the traditional First Nations life he loved is over - he feels like a stranger to his family until his grandfather helps him find his way. New adventures arise: Lawrence f...

The gathering tree —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

When Tyler's cousin Robert arrives for the annual First Nations gathering, wearing a cowboy hat and a big smile, eager for his daily run, it's hard for Tyler to believe his favourite cousin is illustrations At 21, Robert...

As long as the rivers flow —Loyie, Larry, 1933-2016
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Tells the story of Larry Loyie, a Cree Indian in Canada, who was sent to a government school and later became a writer.

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