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Published by Kamera Books in Harpenden, England .

Written in English

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages206
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Open LibraryOL26406386M
ISBN 109780857301758

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In I  Am Not a Number, Anishinaabe/Ojibway (Nipissing First Nation) author and educator Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis shares her grandmother’s story. With the help of author Kathy Kacer, Dupuis takes a tough and emotional subject and creates a learning tool. Digital book talk I am not a number - Duration: Shukri Maalin Recommended for you.

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I Am Not A Number is a true account of one residential school survivor’s year-long experience at one of these institutions. Irene Couchie, one of the author’s grandmothers, attended the Spanish Residential School in She speaks of the horrors that took place, from being starved, to having her arms burned as punishment for speaking her native tongue.

Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer's I Am Not A Number, illustrated by Gillian Newland and due out from Second Story Press on October 4th of this year (), is one of the books I will recommend to teachers and librarians. Dupuis is a member of the Nipissing First Nation.

Hillhurst School Ma at am. I am not a number is a great book that teaches you a lot about Residential Schools and passes on a very important message. The book talks about a little girl named Irene and her brothers get send to Residential School.

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Perfect for fans of Sarah Crossan, Louise O'Neill and Lisa Williamson. In the realistic style of Alex Colville and using the sombre tones of greys, blacks and browns for the residential school and a similar palette with splashes of gold and green away from that setting, Gillian Newland evokes the appropriate sentiment the book.

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I Am Not A Number. By Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer. Illustrated by Gillian Newland. For more than a century, First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children were taken from their families to live at Residential Boarding schools in Canada.

They were not allowed to speak their tribal language or practice their honored traditions. Title: I Am Not a Number Format: Hardcover Product dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Published: September 6, Publisher: Second Story Press Language: English.

SKU: b15b-I-AM-NOT-A-NUMBER Author: Jenny Kay Dupuis & Kathy Kacer Illustrations: Gillian Newland ISBN: Publication Details: Second Story Press, /5.

I highly recommend “I am Not a Number” written by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer. Watch this video to see why it should be in every library. --Maria. I Am Not a Number by Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer and illustrated by Gillian Newland. Water color, ink, and pencils. Brief summary:“ You are ” I am not a number.I am Irene Couchie, daughter of Ernest and Mary Ann Couchie.” Irene lives on Nipissing First Nation with her father, (the Chief of the community), her mother and several brothers and sisters.

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