The Inconvenient Indian — A Curious Account of Native People in North America
By Thomas King
(Doubleday Canada 2012, 288 pages)
By Michael Sobota
Sandi Boucher, author of best-selling book Honorary Indian, is releasing her new book and sequel, Her Mother’s Daughter.
City of Thunder Bay libraries will be participating in TD Canadian Children’s Book Week, which begins today.
My Reading List, By Maureen Arges Nadin
Vacationland, By Sarah Stonich
(University of Minnesota Press, 288 pages; $16.95)
By Deborah de Bakker
Thunder Bay author Charles Wilkins attended the Waverley Resource Library on Tuesday for Canada Book Day. Wilkins was reading from his book Little Ship of Fools, which is due out in September.
Doppler, by Erland Loe
(Translated from Norwegian by Don Bartlett and Don Shaw; House of Anansi Press hardcover, 183 pages)
To Marry an English Lord
By Gail MacColl and Carol McD. Wallace
(Workman Publishing, 403 pages; $18.95)
My Reading List, By Karen McKinley
When you write for a living, someone inevitably will ask who you think has had a major influence on modern storytelling.
Silver Islet — Striking It Rich In Lake Superior
By Elinor Barr
(Singing Shield Productions, paperback, 158 pages)