Yearly Archives: 2010

A Book Review in The Sheaf

Canadian Graphic Novel Weaves Together Past and Present “The graphic novel Stone starts with an emergency. A suicide letter is positioned over frames of a mother rushing through traffic, leaving a car door ajar with the cell phone open on the seat.” Continue reading the entire review at The Sheaf. Click here.

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Listen to Hetty van Gurp

P&M Press author Hetty van Gurp, founder of Peaceful Schools International, speaks about the inclusion of peace education in curriculum at the March 2008 Peacebuilding and Earthkeeping symposium. P&M Press publishes three books by Hetty van Gurp. If you would like more information about these titles please visit

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Book 2 Now Available!

Scars By Author David Alexander Robertson and Illustrator Scott B. Henderson For Grades 9–12 Scars introduces White Cloud, a young Plains Cree boy, in the year 1870, when the last great smallpox epidemic swept through the prairies. After witnessing, one by one, the death of his entire family from the illness, he summons the strength […]

The Graphic Novel Scars is Coming Soon!

For Grades 9–12 Scars, book 2 of 4 in the graphic novel series 7 Generations by David Alexander Robertson, illustrated by Scott B. Henderson About the book White Cloud, a young Plains Cree boy aged 10, witnesses the death of his entire family from smallpox, victims of the great epidemic of 1870-1871. Alone and terrified, […]

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A Book Review in Grassroots News

Stone Series Subject Matter Recently appearing in Grassroots News is a great article featuring the graphic novel, Stone. Please click on the following link to read. grassrootsnews_article_stone

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Your Spring Catalog 2010

Your 2010 Spring Catalog* is in the mail. Find it in your school sometime this week or view it online by clicking on the link: Spring2010Catalog. The catalog includes our new, bestselling, and upcoming titles. For more information on these titles or to view our entire book selection, visit The 2010 Fall Catalog is […]

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Tips for familiarizing a new ELL student with school, classroom, and classmates.

From The More-Than-Surviving Handbook by Barbara Law and Mary Eckes The More-Than-Just-Surviving Handbook is filled with practical, effective strategies for settling a new ELL student into the classroom. One strategy is assigning a student-buddy to the newcomer. However, rather than arbitrarily assigning a buddy to help a newcomer and leaving the buddy undirected and to […]

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The More-Than-Just-Surviving Handbook

Now Available For All Teachers This revised and expanded edition of the 1990 bestseller includes the latest research in language acquisition: how to teach reading and writing and how to develop listening and speaking skills. It is filled with the authors’ trademark anecdotes and practical advice, based on their many years of experience working with […]

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Winnipeg Bestseller Teaching Art

P&M Press is Pleased to Announce Teaching Art: A Complete Guide for the Classroom made the ‘Winnipeg Bestsellers’ list, named the number one bestselling paperback non-fiction at McNally Robinson Booksellers. The book is available for purchase at all McNally Robinson Booksellers as well as on their website It can also be purchased online at […]

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Hands-On Mathematics Listed as an Approved Resource

P&M Press is pleased to announce that Hands-On Mathematics (WNCP edition) for grades 1–4 is approved for teachers by School District #36 (Surrey, BC). The resources were evaluated through a formalized school district learning resource local approval process. The process is based on specific criteria developed by the British Columbia Ministry of Education and includes […]

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