Yearly Archives: 2011

David Robertson’s Book Talk

Join David Alexander Robertson at Poor Michael’s Bookshop If you happen to be in the area or are heading to Riding Mountain National Park, stop in at Poor Michael’s Bookshop Art & Cafe to meet author David Alexander Robertson. On Monday, August 15, David will share the tragic story of Edwin, the main character in […]

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7 Generations Teaches Aboriginal History

Shedding Light on Aboriginal Issues Brittany Leborgne writes in the journal, The Eastern Door, that the … 7 Generations graphic novel series by Cree writer David Alexander Robertson has come to an end, but their effectiveness in educating Canadians and First Nations on their history is something he hopes never will. The series, which includes […]

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7 Generations Titles Listed as Bestsellers

P&M Press is pleased to announce McNally Robinson Booksellers, Winnipeg, lists the 7 Generations graphic novels as bestsellers in the Books for Young People category. The Pact (book 4) reaches number one and Ends/Begins (book 3) reaches number three on the list. Congratulations to author David Alexander Robinson and illustrator Scott B. Henderson!

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A Thank You

P&M Press Authors to Attend P&M Press would like to thank the Adolescent Literacy Summit conference organizers for including P&M Press authors in this event. We are pleased that David Booth, Shelley Stagg Peterson, Leyton Schnellert, Dave Leochko, and Tom Rossi will all be speaking. We also give out a big thanks to our authors […]

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Stone Recommended

Book Review for Stone on Paper Tigers Blog Paper Tigers is a website, blog, and outreach program centered on multicultural young readers’ books and reading as ways of fostering empathy, understanding, and peace. In a recent blog post focusing on First Nations books, Stone, book 1 of 4 in the 7 Generations series, is featured. […]

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A Review for Books, Media & the Internet

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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Top 3 Reads for Spring Break

It’s Your Spring Break Don’t forget to bring along a good book. We have 3 great suggestions for you! The Art of Inquiry Questioning Strategies for K–6 Classrooms, Second Edition by Nancy Lee Cecil & Jeanne Pfeifer Asking students the right questions promotes curiosity, fosters independent thinking, nutures a lifelong love of learning, and invites […]

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The Art of Inquiry Now Available

Now Available for Grades K–6 The Art of Inquiry Questioning Strategies for K–6 Classrooms, 2nd Edition by Nancy Lee Cecil and Jeanne Pfeifer Asking questions is one of the most essential functions of teaching. In this book, the authors Nancy Lee Cecil and Jeanne Pfeifer show teachers how to develop both their own questioning skills […]

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Barbara Law

Congratulations to P&M Press author Barbara Law P&M Press is pleased to announce that Barbara Law is a contributor to Write-Anything. Write-Anything provides support and resources to high school and university students faced with the challenge of writing papers and to teachers who incorporate writing into their courses. Barbara will periodically submit interesting and helpful […]

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Jennifer Lawson

Congratulations to Hands-On author Jennifer Lawson P&M Press is pleased to announce that Jennifer Lawson is a contributor to GirlTalk with Marlo. Jennifer will periodically submit education related articles to the site. To read Jennifer’s first article, please click here.

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