As Long As the Rivers Flow

Through the fictional character of Martha, who endured physical and sexual abuse while at school, author James Bartleman clearly exposes the generational damage done to many First Nations people by the residential school experience. Graphic and moving, this novel is best suited for use with mature students.
coming of age
residential school
Truth and Reconciliation
Aboriginal
Ontario
addictions
alcoholism
Author/Publisher/Website
Bartleman, J.
Primary Identifier
9780307398758
Subject
English Language Arts