Here are our best selling titles for the secondary classroom for the first three months in 2019.
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline won the Governor General's Award in 2017. The book connects the legacy of residential schools to a dystopian post-climate-change future where only indigenous people are able to dream.
Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese follows Saul Indian Horse from the lose of his family and home into a boarding school where hockey is his only salvation.
Beartown by Fredrik Backman tells the poignant story of a hockey town paralyzed by scandal. It follows the lives of three young people whose lives collide after an important game. This is a serious look at how the actions of one or two people can affect and entire town.
PERMA-BOUND CANADA is committed to supporting schools and libraries during these challenging and unique times. In alignment with school board requests, we are suspending all shipments of any kind to schools and libraries in Canada until after April 5th, or such time as schools and libraries reopen. All orders will be held until they can be delivered safely. If you have any questions or concerns you can contact your local sales representative. With Kindest Regards, Your Perma-Bound Canada Team
With The Great Gatsby now out in theatres, there will likely be a surge of students and library patrons interested in reading this book and other works by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Here are a few titles and teaching resources available from Perma-Bound Canada!
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