NAHANNI SHINGOOSE is Saulteaux, originally from Roseau River First Nation, Manitoba. She is an elementary teacher and author of Indigenous content, including teacher resources, picture books, graphic novels, and fiction for teens and young adults. She is the recipient of a Golden Leaf National Publishing Award, an Indspire Indigenous Educator Award, and two Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching. Nahanni is also Lead Writer for the National Film Board’s Indigenous Education and Reconciliation Program. She lives in Stoney Creek, Ontario.

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  • If I Go Missing

    Powerfully written and beautifully illustrated, this graphic nonfiction book reveals an Indigenous teen's response to a human rights crisis.

    $24.95, Hardcover
    Interest ages: 12-18
  • Powwow Summer

    A teen novel about a young woman's exploration of her Indigenous background and how it influences her identity and sense of self
    $14.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 13-18
    Reading level: Grade 4
    Lexile Reading Level: HL610L
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