Author Archives: irenesroth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.

Canada’s World Wonders by Ron Brown (70)

This is a wonderful book about all the parks and stone sculptures in Canada.  What a GREAT country this is!! Canada is blessed to have many natural and historical features that resonate around the world. While not all will have … Continue reading

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Glass Beads by Dawn Dumont (69)

This story is relevant and contemporary. It will round out my reading of the First Nations Peoples and the Indigenous Peoples. It has been a great reading period showcasing all of the book that I know of anyways that are … Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples, Atlas of Canada: Inuit by Natan Obed (68)

The Inuit’s lived in Inuit Nunangat, their homeland encompassing 36 per cent of Canada’s landmass and 50 percent of its coastline. Inuit Nunangat as a geographic and political space is largely unknown to most Canadians. In this time of reconciliation, … Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples, Atlas of Canada: First Nations By Perry Bellegrade (67)

This is an important book about the First Nations. This book represents Indigenous perspectives which are much older than the nation itself. It is shared through maps, artwork, history and culture. The First Nations Culture is rooted in storytelling. Since … Continue reading

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Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World by Trina Moyles (66)

This book belongs in a cannon of food studies. The testimonials in this book are inspiring and will capture the reader. It transported me into the world of the author in a way that I can’t remember another author doing. … Continue reading

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Cataract City by Craig Donaldson (65)

This book is a bout a tourist town called Cataract City. It has an uncanny hold over those born within its borders. It’s a place with more to it than first meets the eye. Behind the dowdy storefronts and sidewalk … Continue reading

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Canadian Celebrations Series: National Indigenous Peoples Day by Heather C. Hudak (64)

National Indigenous Peoples Day is on June 21st of every year. It is a time for us to share and celebrate in the Indigenous Peoples heritage and culture. Indigenous Peoples have been in Canada for longer than anyone can remember. … Continue reading

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