Nov 062007
 

Yay! I’m finally listed on the Chapters.Indigo website! That means that people can now order directly from iUniverse through their online store too, if they so wish. Oh happy day!

Of course, this now means, time to join the Chapters community, the one all us Torontonians have been inundated with ads for on the subway.

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  • Christa Trudgeon/Librarian

    Good Morning,
    I am the librarian for Mother Earth’s Children’s Chart School. We are the only Indigenous School in Canada, located at what was previously the St. John’s Boys School, near Stony Plain, Alberta.

    Our culture library is lacking substantially. We have a list of aboriginal books we wish to purchase.

    If we were to send you our list would you be able to provide us with a price quote?

    Thank you!

    Yours truly,

    C. Trudgeon
    Librarian

  • Christa Trudgeon/Librarian

    Good Morning,
    I am the librarian for Mother Earth’s Children’s Chart School. We are the only Indigenous School in Canada, located at what was previously the St. John’s Boys School, near Stony Plain, Alberta.

    Our culture library is lacking substantially. We have a list of aboriginal books we wish to purchase.

    If we were to send you our list would you be able to provide us with a price quote?

    Thank you!

    Yours truly,

    C. Trudgeon
    Librarian

  • Shireen

    Um, I think you have me confused with Chapters. “Lifeliner” is a book about a Canadian pioneering story in medicine that took place in Toronto, but it isn’t aboriginal. If you’re interested in purchasing it for your library, please visit the order page, where links are given to various online bookstores, along with the price.

  • Shireen

    Um, I think you have me confused with Chapters. “Lifeliner” is a book about a Canadian pioneering story in medicine that took place in Toronto, but it isn’t aboriginal. If you’re interested in purchasing it for your library, please visit the order page, where links are given to various online bookstores, along with the price.

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