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Road Allowance Kitten
Wilfred Burton | Illustrated by Christina Johns | Translated by Norman Fleury
GDI Publishing | Gabriel Dumont Institute / Softcover / 2015-01-01 / 1926795725
Indigenous Peoples / Children's Books
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They say, “Home is where the heart is.” For Rosie and Madeline, home also included their pet kitten. Imagine being told you have to leave your home … without your pet. Based on a true story, Road Allowance Kitten gives readers a glimpse into the history of the Road Allowance Métis and their forced removal from their humble, but beloved, homes on the road allowance. Award-winning children’s author Wilfred Burton skillfully shares this story through the eyes of the children involved. The vibrant illustrations by Christina Johns are the perfect accompaniment to this authentic vignette of a little-known part of Prairie history

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