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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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Great Ideas for Discussing Aboriginal Culture in the Classroom

Great Ideas from the P&M Press Book Teacher’s Guide for 7 Generations series by Niigonwedom James Sinclair Aboriginal perspectives are being integrated into current curricula to enable students to learn the history of Canada before European settlement and to give the perspective of Aboriginal peoples since that time. The goal in integrating Aboriginal perspectives into […]

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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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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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An Interview with David Robertson

Author David Alexander Robertson discusses Stone, book 1 of 4 in the graphic novel series 7 Generations, in this interview appearing on APTN. Listen as David describes the story and how the characters will impact readers.

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A Book Review of Stone

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.

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