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A powerful imagining by two Native creators of a first encounter between two very different people that celebrates our ability to acknowledge difference and find common ground. Based on the real journal kept by French explorer Jacques Cartier in 1534, Encounter imagines a first meeting between a French sailor and a Stadaconan fisher. As they navigate their differences, the wise animals around them note their similarities, illuminating common ground. This extraordinary imagining by Brittany Luby, Professor of Indigenous History, is paired with stunning art by Michaela Goade, winner of 2018 American Indian Youth Literature Best Picture Book Award. Encounter is a luminous telling from two Indigenous creators that invites readers to reckon with the past, and to welcome, together, a future that is yet unchartered.


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  • Author : Brittany Luby
  • Publisher : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Genre : Juvenile Fiction
  • Total Pages : 40 pages
  • ISBN : 0316449148
  • PDF File Size : 13,9 Mb
  • Language : English
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews

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