I Am Not A NumberBook - 2016
From Library Staff
A terrified child has been taken away from her family, forced to cut her sacred hair and is no longer allowed to speak her Native tongue. The love of her parents may just keep her from further heartache; but will they succeed?
ArapahoeMary Nov 18, 2017
Jenny Kay Dupuis is a member of the Nipissing First Nation.
ArapahoeDonna Jan 30, 2018
This is a great book for children who are learning about the unfairness of wars and the displacement of people because of political decisions. It is balanced with enough text to tell the story and pictures to get the idea across properly. Anne Frank was not the only child affected by war and I am... Read More »
ArapahoeLesley Dec 10, 2017
On a recent trip through Canada we drove through many First Nations communities and learned about the shocking atrocities committed by the government and the churches in these residential schools where indigenous children were stolen from their families to be 'civilized' all the way until 1996.
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ArapahoeStaff2 Dec 10, 2016
A title that portrays the history of Native Americans in a realistic and historically accurate way. Teachers could use this in classroom or great for an interesting parents/child interaction. This book is certainly for school-age children and a great history lesson.