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When tomorrow comes —Oke, Janette, 1935-

Christine and her older brother, Henry, grew up in the Delaney family as loved and nurtured as if they had been born to Elizabeth and Wynn. Now adults and facing life decisions, they both have come through major mileston...

Blood red summer —Arthurson, Wayne, 1962- author.

After just been released from jail, Leo is re-hired at the paper to write a popular column about crime. Called to the scene of an apparent overdose of a young native man, Leo witnesses some rocks falling out of the body ...

Watershed —Vanderstoop, Doreen, 1962- author.

"Watershed is a contemporary dystopian novel set in a near-future southern Alberta, which has been ravaged by desert-like conditions, as opposed to the northern part of the province, which is warm as well as green and lu...

Wahogicombi : kinship terms to make relationship with each other —Nakota Sioux Language Keepers.

"Inside this book you will find the words our Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation people use to refer to each other as family. Some terms may not be used very often anymore, but we hope these are some of the first words our babie...

Porcupine —Tilly, Meg.

After their father is killed in Afghanistan, Jack and her younger siblings end up on a run-down farm on the Prairies, living with a great-grandmother that never knew they existed.

Wildwood —Florence, Elinor, author.

Broke and desperate, single mother Molly Bannister of Phoenix, Arizona, accepts the stern condition laid down in her great-aunt's will: to spend one year in an abandoned farmhouse deep in the remote backwoods of northern...

Green grass, running water —King, Thomas, 1943-

His past false arrest for being a dangerous Indian activist would be funny to Blackfoot Lionel Red Dog if it hadn't cost him his government job and turned him into a television salesman. Unbeknownst to Lionel, his profes...

Napi's dance —Greene, Alanda, 1947-, author.
DAISY Sound Recording
2013
Availability: 1 of 2

Alberta, mid-1800s. The perspectives of a Blackfoot woman of the Blood tribe and of a young Irish/English woman who comes west with her family reveal a time of great change, disruption and loss. It was a time also of res...

Dance me outside —Kinsella, W. P.
DAISY Sound Recording
2005
Availability: 0 of 1

These stories plunge the reader into the bittersweet, often hilarious, lives of Silas Ermineskin, Frank Fence-Post, Mad Etta the Medicine Lady, and the other people of the Ermineskin Indian Reserve. Strong language.

Leaving Tomorrow —Bergen, David, 1957- author.

In the small Alberta town of Tomorrow, young Arthur yearns for a larger life. His father prefers the love of horses and good books, while his mother is guided by practicality and her faith. Bev, his rough-edged brother, ...

The back of the turtle a novel —King, Thomas, 1943-

Gabriel returns to Smoke River, the reserve where his mother grew up and to which she returned with Gabriel's sister. The reserve is deserted after an environmental disaster killed the population, including Gabriel's fam...

Where the ice falls —Barnard, J. E., author.

Lacey McCrae must bring closure to two grieving families while avoiding her past trauma in the second book of 'The Falls Mysteries' series by J. E. Barnard. Barnard lives in Calgary, AB.

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