The Journey Forward, A Novella on Reconciliation

2018 Honour Book Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Young Adult Literature
Publisher: 
McKellar & Martin Publishing Group
Pub Date: 
January 2018
Fiction
Paperback
ISBN: 
978 0-9916782-6-6
Price: 
$23.69

This unique flip-book holds two Novellas: one written by Richard Van Camp, the other written by Monique Gray Smith. The theme of the novellas is Reconciliation. This unique format gives readers, educators, parents and caregivers the chance to share and experience two points-of-view on residential schools and reconciliation in one compelling package.

Lucy & Lola: by Monique Gray Smith

Lucy & Lola by Monique Gray Smith is the story of two, 11-year-old twins who spend the summer with their grandmother while their mother studies for the bar exam. During their time with Kookum, the girls begin to learn about her experiences in being sent — and having to send their mother — to Residential school. Ultimately, they discover what it means to be intergenerational survivors.

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This unique flip-book holds two Novellas: one written by Richard Van Camp, the other written by Monique Gray Smith. The theme of the novellas is Reconciliation. This unique format gives readers, educators, parents and caregivers the chance to share and experience two points-of-view on residential schools and reconciliation in one compelling package.

Lucy & Lola: by Monique Gray Smith

Lucy & Lola by Monique Gray Smith is the story of two, 11-year-old twins who spend the summer with their grandmother while their mother studies for the bar exam. During their time with Kookum, the girls begin to learn about her experiences in being sent — and having to send their mother — to Residential school. Ultimately, they discover what it means to be intergenerational survivors.

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