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The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

As we approach the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, let’s reflect on our teaching toward reconciliation. What actions are you taking in your classroom? This year, we invite you and your students to become readers of Indigenous literature. To get more booklists like this one, please sign up for our newsletter:

by 49th Teachers · Tagged indigenous, diversity and inclusion

The Prairie Chicken Dance Tour

by (author) Dawn Dumont


by (author) Tyler Pennock

Bear Bones & Feathers

by (author) Louise B. Halfe

She Holds Up the Stars

by (author) Sandra Laronde

My Name Is Seepeetza

30th Anniversary Edition

by (author) Shirley Sterling
afterword by Tomson Highway

Walking Together

by (author) Elder Dr Albert D. Marshall & Louise Zimanyi
illustrated by Emily Kewageshig

Benjamin's Thunderstorm

by (author) Melanie Florence
illustrated by Hawlii Pichette

Hopeless in Hope

by (author) Wanda John-Kehewin

Waci! Dance!

by (author) Sage Spiedel
illustrated by Leah Dorion

Auntie's Rez Surprise

by (author) Heather O'Watch
illustrated by Ellie Arscott

Righting Canada's Wrongs: The Sixties Scoop and the Stolen Lives of Indigenous Children

by (author) Andrew Bomberry & Teresa Edwards

Righting Canada’s Wrongs: Inuit Relocations

Colonial Policies and Practices, Inuit Resilience and Resistance

by (author) Frank James Tester & Krista Ulujuk Zawadski

Righting Canada's Wrongs: Residential Schools

The Devastating Impact on Canada's Indigenous Peoples and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Findings and Calls for Action

by (author) Melanie Florence

Mnoomin maan'gowing / The Gift of Mnoomin

by (author) Brittany Luby
illustrated by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley
translated by Mary Ann Corbiere

Biindigen! Amik Says Welcome

by (author) Nancy Cooper
illustrated by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley

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