The Globe and Mail named Who Took My Sister? by Mi’kmaq writer Shannon Webb-Campbell as one the most anticipated books of 2018. Written as a collection of poems and letters, this collection is an homage to the strength, resistance and presence of Indigenous peoples and will teach children about Canada’s colonial past, the Indigenous women whose lives have been cut short, and how to move forward with Truth and Reconciliation.
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