Tag Archives: Scott B. Henderson

Sugar Falls: A Residential School Story

Sugar Falls Approved for Saskatchewan Classrooms We are pleased to announce that the graphic novel, Sugar Falls: A Residential School Story, is listed by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education as an approved resource for English Language Arts. Congratulations to author David Alexander Robertson and illustrator Scott B. Henderson. Click on the book cover and buy […]

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The Case for Using Book Trailers in the Classroom

5 Getting Started Tips for Using Book Trailers in Your Classroom Book trailers are increasingly used in today’s multimedia classrooms. Book trailers are a great way to inspire students and engage reluctant readers. Similar to the purpose of a movie preview, a book trailer can activate interest in reading a book. As an example, watch […]

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7 Generations in Vivid Colour

The 7 Generations Special Edition is Coming Soon! The 7 Generations series is available in one book, and the illustrations are in vivid colour. This colourized edition includes the graphic novels Stone, Scars, Ends/Begins, and The Pact. Watch the book trailer featuring this special edition.

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Celebrating Sugar Falls

Please join Portage & Main Press, The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation, and McNally Robinson Booksellers with Author David Alexander Robertson and Illustrator Scott B. Henderson A BOOK LAUNCH FOR Sugar Falls A Residential School Story Date: Thursday, January 26, 2012 Time: Reading at 7:30 pm, Reception and Book Signing to follow Place: McNally Robinson […]

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7 Generations Connects Past and Present

7 Generations series is an ambitious and fearless undertaking according to Girl to the Rescue, a literary blog that reviews mostly young adult literature, children’s books, graphic novels, and fantasy. In this blog, the writer points out that the splicing of the past with the present is the most effective part of the series, where […]

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Local Illustrator Attending ComicCon 2011

Find P&M Press Illustrator Scott B. Henderson in the Artist Alley The Comic Con Artist Alley displays works of talented local, national, and international artists, illustrators, writers, and creative people. Scott B. Henderson will be showcasing his work for P&M Press including the 7 Generations series and the upcoming Sugar Falls. You will find Scott […]

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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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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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Book 3 Now Available

Ends/Begins Book 3 of 4 in the series, 7 Generations by David Alexander Robertson, illustrated by Scott B. Henderson for grades 9-12 In 1964, two brothers are taken from the warm and loving care of their grandparents, and spirited away to a residential school, miles from home. James, assigned to manual work on the grounds, […]

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