Kimotinâniwiw Itwêwina / Stolen Words

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$14.95  $13.75
Second Story Press
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8.3 X 8.2 X 0.1 inches | 0.2 pounds

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About the Author

Melanie Florence is a writer of Cree and Scottish heritage based in Toronto. She was close to her grandfather as a child, a relationship that sparked her interest in writing about Indigenous themes and characters. She is the author of Missing Nimâmâ (Clockwise Press), which won the 2016 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award, Stolen Words (Second Story Press), which won the 2018 Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award and the bestselling He Who Dreams in the Orca Limelights line.
GABRIELLE GRIMARD a illustré plus de 30 albums, dontLes mots volés, Quand j'avais huit ans, Fatima et les voleurs de clémentines, Aujourd'hui peut-être... et les livres de la série Petit Gnouf. Elle est aussi l'auteure-illustratrice de l'album Lila et la corneille. Gabrielle habite aux environs de Montréal. From the time she was little GABRIELLE GRIMARD loved art, dismaying her elementary school teachers by constantly drawing in class. Later Gabrielle studied art in high school and university. After her son was born, she began illustrating children's books and has now created more than 25, including When I Was Eight (Quand j'avais huit ans), Stolen Words (Les mots volés) and Not My Girl. Lila and the Crow (Lila et la corneille) is the first book she both wrote and illustrated. She uses watercolours, gouache and oil to create images of amazing warmth and depth. Gabrielle lives near Montreal, QC. Visit her at https: //
Dolores Sand is a Plains Cree language speaker from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan.


★ "A sobering ode to [Florence's] heritage, presented through eyes filled with love and hope...Word by word, her story--written in honor of her Cree grandfather--is a significant step toward forever healing."--Shelf Awareness, starred review