Mingan My Village: Poems by Innu school children




      Mingan My Village: Poems by Innu school children
While descending the Kuakuapishish RiverI am transformed into a butterflyWith my new wings, like a wolf I cryWhen night falls Cynthia Illustrator Roge visited a school in Mingan, an Innu village in northeastern Quebec He spent a few days taking the time to photograph each child Once he returned home to his studio, brush in hand, he revisited the eyes of these children and drew their portraits.Mingan, My Village is a collection of 15 faces and 15 poems written by young Innu Given a platform to be heard, the children chose to transport readers far away from the difficulties and problems related to their realities to see the beauty that surrounds them in nature. New Download eBook Mingan My Village: Poems by Innu school children By Rogé – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 44 pages
  • Mingan My Village: Poems by Innu school children
  • Rogé
  • English
  • 24 September 2018
  • 1927083249

10 thoughts on “ Mingan My Village: Poems by Innu school children

  1. Jen says:

    When the ravens become whiteI will stop loving you by Kimberleyso so so lovely My feet desperately search to hang onTo the moss tundraI fly with my soulWith the weightlessness of a cloud in the sky by Mestokosho

  2. Barbra says:

    Children from the Mingan Aboriginal Reserve fill the pages of this book with their vision of life in the North Impressive portraits accompany each poem and bring their tales to life A wonderful addition to the Aboriginal curriculum, as well ...

  3. Myriam St-Denis Lisée says:

    J ai lu la version en fran ais, qui elle est d j sortie.

  4. Dustin Keller says:

    Wow I was captivated by each page, poem and picture This is truly a beautiful reminder of the treasure all around us, in all of our villages, both big and small.

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