Publisher: 
Healthy Aboriginal Network
Publication date: 
Apr 1 2013
PURCHASE DETAILS and COST
Further Information: 

We have been funded by the Anglican Church of Canada to create a teacher's guide on our graphic novel, Lost Innocence, a residential school story. If you are interested in providing feedback please let me know and I'll send you the guide and a PDF of the book. As usual, we are not asking prescribed questions; we just want to know what you think about the resource and how we could make it better. There may be instances where our evaluator might want to contact you for more information. Something to consider.

For those of you in the education field, we invite you to go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZW8GNVY to complete an evaluation of the guide. I still need you to contact me first though, so I can send you the PDF and guide beforehand. In both instances, we'd like to hear from you as soon as possible.

PUBLISHER DETAILS and CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact Name: 
Sean Muir
Organisation: 
Healthy Aboriginal Network
City: 
Courtenay
Province/State: 
BC
Country: 
Canada

Lost Innocence - A fictional story (but based on documented real life experiences of survivors) of a brother and sister’s residential school experience in the 1930′s. It’s our longest book at 64 pages and has a truth and reconciliation theme.