Tag Archives: The Reckoner Trilogy

Books About Anxiety and Mental Health for Kids in Grades K–12

David A. Robertson’s YA trilogy, The Reckoner, follows Cole Harper, a teen superhero in the making who struggles with an anxiety disorder, and later, PTSD. Cole’s struggles are familiar to David, who has also been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.  “You feel like there’s no one else who could possibly understand what’s going on in […]

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Authentic Indigenous Content for Ages 13–18

With the new school year just around the corner, we’ve heard from teachers like you looking to include Indigenous perspectives in your curriculum. Grades 7–12 are tumultuous years for all students, and a time when kids are especially vulnerable to bias. These titles help Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth process tough concepts while offering a more […]

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Audiobooks Roundup

Are you heading back to the office? Catch up on your summer reading list during your daily commute! Find the audiobooks below on our website, or through your favourite audiobook app.  The Reckoner Trilogy Author: David A. Robertson Narrated by: Malcolm Sparrow-Crawford Do you know a superhero fan looking for a great origin story? Narrated […]

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How “The Reckoner” trilogy contributes to TRC

The Reckoner: Even in Fiction, There Is Truth! If you haven’t been following Indigenous teen superhero Cole Harper’s adventures in Wounded Sky First Nation, now is the time to catch up. The third book in David A. Robertson’s The Reckoner trilogy, “Ghosts”, is finally here—and fans will finally learn the fate of Cole’s community. While […]

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An Interview with Peter Diamond, Cover Artist for the Reckoner Trilogy

Peter Diamond is a Canadian illustrator who studied Fine Arts at the University of Halifax. He is now based in Vienna, Austria. Besides working freelance with clients around the world in publishing, editorial, and advertising, Peter also teaches drawing at Illuskills and works with the international illustration community through Illustria and the European Illustrators Forum. He […]

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Highlighting 2019 Spring Releases!

April is always an exciting time for us. We have many new titles in development to help you in the classroom, with several being released in the coming months. We’re excited to share this list of spring releases with you! Ghosts: The Reckoner Trilogy, Book 3 by David A. Robertson The final installment of David […]

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Celebrating “I Love to Read Month” with a contest!

February is just around the corner, which means national “I Love to Read Month” is almost here! For many Canadian educators, “I Love to Read Month” is an opportunity to promote a love of reading and being read to by others. It’s also a great opportunity to explore titles relating to the TRC’s Calls to […]

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