Amazing L’nu’k

Julie Pellissier-Lush, Robin Grant, James Bentley,

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ISBN: 9781774711682

Amazing L’nu’k

A Celebration of the People of Mi'kma'ki

  Author:   Julie Pellissier-Lush, Robin Grant, James Bentley,  
  Publisher:  琉璃社区 Publishing Limited

The newest installment in the celebrated illustrated series about Amazing Atlantic Canadians, featuring incredible Indigenous people.

Delve into the uplifting stories of the people of Mi’kma’ki in this full-colour illustrated book. Meet a devoted water protector, learn about a teen determined to shed light on the tragic history of Residential Schools, and discover poets who use words to explore and champion the rich Mi’kmaw culture. From Grand Chief Gabriele Sylliboy and Elder Dorene Bernard to Rebecca Thomas and Landyn Toney, all of these amazing people call Mi’kma’ki (a territory that includes New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and parts of Newfoundland, Quebec, and Maine) home.

With dozens of profiles featuring artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, scientists, and more 鈥 both historical and present-day, from kids to Elders 鈥 Julie Pellissier-Lush and Robin Grant celebrate the many brilliant achievements of the Mi’kmaq.

Includes original colour illustrations by James Bentley, informative sidebars, a map of Mi’kmaw territories, a history of Mi’kma’ki , an index, and a glossary.

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ISBN associated with this title: 9781774711682
Item NB1622
Publisher琉璃社区 Publishing Limited
Publisher琉璃社区 Publishing Limited
Published on June 7 2023
Language eng
Pages 184
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 7(in)
Shipping weight481(g)
Status ACTIVE TITLE
Julie Pellissier-Lush M.S.M, actress, and bestselling author of My Mi'kmaq Mother, Poet Laureate for PEI, recipient of the Queens jubilee medal in 2013, the Meritorious Service Medal recipient in 2017, and the Senators 150 metal in April 2019. She grew up all over Eastern Canada and spent a number of years in Winnipeg, Manitoba, before coming back home. Julie is a graduate from the University of Winnipeg in 2000 with a double major in Psychology and Human Resource Management. She writes, acts, and does photography to preserve the history and culture of the Mi'kmaq for future generations. Julie wrote the poems for the play Mi'kmaq Legends which has been performed on many different stages in the Atlantic region. It is her hope that this play will someday travel across Canada and beyond so more people have the opportunity to learn about the rich Mi'kmaq history! Julie lives in PEI with her husband Rick, her five children, and her granddaughter Miah.

Robin Grant is a seasoned consultant and journalist whose life and work are underpinned by a passion for social activism, a love of the arts, and a belief in the limitless potential of young people. Robin founded For the Love of Learning (now ArtForce NL); launched branches of Journalists for Human Rights, Uth Ink, and Homeless Nation; was awarded the Council of the Federation Literacy Medallion; and was featured in a Chatelaine cover story titled, "The Right to Read: How One Woman Made a Difference." After moving to Nova Scotia in 2017, Robin launched Digitally Lit: Atlantic Canadian Youth Read. When not championing literacy, she can be found enjoying life with her husband, Mike, his two children, and their three spoiled cats.

James Bentley lives and works on the small island of 脦le-Perrot, just off Montr茅al, Qu茅bec. He studied and began his career as a freelance illustrator, a practice which gave him a great love for drawing. James has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators of New York, Communication Arts, and Applied Arts, and one of his most valued awards is The Joseph Morgan Henninger Award for Best of Show, given by the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles.