An Excellent Resource for K–12 Teachers In the March/April issue of the Canadian Teacher Magazine you will find a book review for Books, Media & the Internet: Children’s Literature for Today’s Classrooms. The reviewer writes this [book] is a must-have resource for any professional library in the 21st century. To read the entire review click […]
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Find a Book Review for Teaching Art in the Canadian Teacher Magazine In the November issue of the Canadian Teacher Magazine you will find a book review for Teaching Art: A Complete Guide for the Classroom. The reviewer writes this excellent resource will help you plan a year’s worth of quality art education that will […]
A Book Review for Scars can be found on Twinkle’s Happy Place Blog Twinkle’s Happy Place Blog includes a thoughtful and powerful blog about Scars, book 2 of 4 in the 7 Generations series. The blogger shares how the story touches her as a mother, teacher, and researcher. She writes that her favorite line in […]
Secret Identities Filled with Heroes and Shapeshifters, Aboriginal Stories are Tailor-made for Manga, Comics, and Graphic Novels by Kenton Smith Appearing in the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of Galleries West is a thoughtful article featuring P&M Press author David Alexander Robertson and his graphic novel series, 7 Generations. Click on Galleries West: Secret Identities below to […]
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.
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
Local writer, artist team up on native history graphic novel Recently appearing in the Winnipeg Free Press arts section is a great article written by Morley Walker. This article features the graphic novel, Stone. Please click on the image above to read.
Graphic novelist feels power of responsibility in latest offering Recently appearing in the Winnipeg Free Press is a great article featuring the graphic novel, Stone. Please click on the image above to read.
Capturing the Life of Helen Betty Osborne, in words and pictures by Susan Peters Recently appearing in This Magazine is a great article featuring the graphic novel, The Life of Helen Betty Osborne. Please click on the image above to read.
A Book Review Story Vines & Readers Theatre by Marlene McKay Are you trying out Story Vines in your classroom for the first time? Are you looking for answers to questions you have about using Story Vines and Readers Theatre with your students? Take a moment to read this book review for Story Vines and […]