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These are my words : the residential school diary of Violet Pesheens —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952- author.

"Twelve-year-old Violet Pesheens is taken away to Residential School in 1966. The diary recounts her experiences of travelling there, the first day, and first months, focusing on the everyday life she experiences--the sc...

Dog tracks : a novel —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952- author.

"Abby is having trouble fitting in at Bear Creek Reserve. After having lived most of her life with her grandparents in town, it's definitely a transition moving back to the reserve. When Choom, her grandfather, falls ill...

Les mots qu'il me reste : Violette Pesheens, pensionnaire à l'école résidentielle —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952- author.

Violette Pesheens a de la difficulté à s'adapter à sa nouvelle vie au pensionnat. Sa grand-mère lui manque et de sérieux affrontements éclatent entre des filles cries. De plus, tout le monde la dévisage dans cette...

Honour the sun —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952-

In northern Ontario are many isolated Native communities. Some had been trrading posts attracting Indians from different reserves. This is the story of one community where a 10 yr. girl called The Owl writes seasonal dia...

Little voice —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952-

Life has been hard for Ray since her father died. She misses him and thinks that her mother is too busy for her.

Silent words —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952-

"Set in northwestern Ontario in the 1960s, Silent Words tells the story of a young Native boy and his journey of self-discovery. Danny's life is a daily struggle for survival. He runs away from his violent and abusive ...

Little Voice —Slipperjack, Ruby, 1952-
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Life has been tough for Ray since her father died in a logging accident. Kids at school make fun of her, and she thinks her mother is too busy to need her. Then Ray gets the chance she has always wanted: to spend the s...