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by author: Richard Van Camp.
Explore the healing going on in Indian country.
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by author: Basil Johnston.
He writes of the real world at a time when reality seems to be disappearing from our vision. He knows what his ancestors have always known, that the only way to live on earth is to be a part of it. His new book is a remarkable examination of the connection of human beings to the Earth Mother.
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Jimmy Tames Horses
By Author: Garry Gottfriedson
Illustrations by: Mary Longman
Jimmy Tames Horses is a story about a little boy from the city who is trying to fit in with his cousins who have always lived on the Kamloops Indian Reserve and his feelings of being left out.
Throughout the course of a summer Jimmy works with a colt, overcoming initial fears and eventually becomes a famous horse tamer.
Living in Harmony - The Anishinaubaemowin series
by author: Basil Johnston.
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– Exerpt from Introduction by Basil Johnston
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