In Search of April Raintree

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Pemmican Publications Incorporated, 1983 - Métis women - 228 pages
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Story of two Metis sisters placed as foster children in separate homes and their struggles in the search for identity.

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User Review  - aimelire - LibraryThing

One of my favorite books. It personalises the problem of problems within the aboriginal and métis cultures. Read full review

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User Review  - Astri Jack - Goodreads

While an important book, I found the voice confused, the use of sisters with differing opinions to educate the reader forced, and the entire thing predictable. For those who know little about the 60s scoop of the history of Indigenous children placed into foster care, it is worth reading. Read full review


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