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Ee’s lecture Echo finds herself transported to another time and place a bison hunt on the Saskatchewan prairie and back again to the present In the following weeks Echo slips back and forth in time She visits a Métis camp travels the old fur trade routes an. I loved history as a kid but how it was taught in school bored me to tears and unfortunately this series reminded me of those school daysThis graphic novel series gets points for being #OwnVoices and educating teens about the history of the Métis in what is now Canada Echo Desjardins is a 13 year old Métis girl having a hard time adjusting to her new life She also knows nothing about the history of her people One day in history class she suddenly finds herself transported to another time and place and gets a chance to see the history of her people unfold before her very eyes In the first book she transports back to the early 18oos and in the second book she visits 1869 If you know how history works things do not end wellI didn't know about the Métis and was a tad confused about some things until Wikipedia informed me that métis as a noun for people of mixed European and indigenous American parentage in New France Got it I liked the premise of using time travel to show history if only all classes could do that but how that actually played out made no sense A girl a stranger wearing jeans shows up in the 1800s and everyone seems totally cool with her Also Echo herself seems to have no uestions or angst about her ability to time travel So maybe that was not the point but it annoyed me The history that she witnesses is disturbing not a surprise but the characters and dates and plot points were too reminiscent of boring history texts Maybe the problem is that each of the two volumes in the series so far are too slim to cover all that needs to be explored More pages might have given both timelines room to flesh out fully and hence be compelling I liked the art and appreciate what the author is trying to do here but I won't be continuing on with this series La commune de Paris par ceux qui l'ont vécue on the Saskatchewan prairie and back again to the present In the following weeks Echo slips back and forth in time She visits a Métis camp travels the Surcouf old fur trade routes an. I loved history as a kid but how it was taught in school bored me to tears and unfortunately this series reminded me Alfred Dreyfus :Cinq années de ma vie : 1894-1899 of those school daysThis graphic novel series gets points for being #OwnVoices and educating teens about the history L'art militaire de Napoléon of the Métis in what is now Canada Echo Desjardins is a 13 year Louis Napoléon le Grand (Littérature) old Métis girl having a hard time adjusting to her new life She also knows nothing about the history Journal intégral - 1815-1818 of her people One day in history class she suddenly finds herself transported to another time and place and gets a chance to see the history L'empire des Français, 1799-1815 of her people unfold before her very eyes In the first book she transports back to the early 18oos and in the second book she visits 1869 If you know how history works things do not end wellI didn't know about the Métis and was a tad confused about some things until Wikipedia informed me that métis as a noun for people Le feld-maréchal von Bonaparte : Considérations sur les causes de la grandeur des Français et de leur décadence of mixed European and indigenous American parentage in New France Got it I liked the premise Napoléon au Portugal : Le triomphe de l'armée luso-britannique annonce la fin de l'empire (1801-1814) of using time travel to show history if Histoire des troupes suisses au service de France sous le règne de Napoléon 1er only all classes could do that but how that actually played La Tragédie du capitaine Dreyfus out made no sense A girl a stranger wearing jeans shows up in the 1800s and everyone seems totally cool with her Also Echo herself seems to have no uestions Napoléon or angst about her ability to time travel So maybe that was not the point but it annoyed me The history that she witnesses is disturbing not a surprise but the characters and dates and plot points were too reminiscent La Restauration. Les idées et les hommes of boring history texts Maybe the problem is that each L'aveuglement de Napoléon of the two volumes in the series so far are too slim to cover all that needs to be explored More pages might have given both timelines room to flesh Mémorial de Sainte-Hélène (1) out fully and hence be compelling I liked the art and appreciate what the author is trying to do here but I won't be continuing La Commune et les Communards on with this series

Review ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Katherena Vermette

D experiences the perilous and bygone era of the Pemmican Wars Pemmican Wars is the first graphic novel in a new series A Girl Called Echo by Governor General Award–winning writer and author of Highwater Press’ The Seven Teaching Stories Katherena Vermette. One of the most frustrating trends with graphic novels lately is how many of them particularly those aimed at youth are so short that they can't deliver a satisfying story Sure the entire tale might be too long to tell in a single book but each volume should have its own weight Pemmican Wars gives us a brief introduction to Echo a young Metis teen who seems to teleport to the past when she daydreams It's an intriguing plot mechanism with plenty of room for educational possibilities though the book really doesn't give you enough time with Echo and her world to get invested Readers get a few mysteries but no overall sense of what is to come I do have a lot of hope for future volumes as Metis kids deserve their time in the comic spotlight but I wish the publisher would reconsider the length of the books they are putting out Les Français sous le Second Empire of the Pemmican Wars Pemmican Wars is the first graphic novel in a new series A Girl Called Echo by Governor General Award–winning writer and author Souvenirs : 1859-1871 of Highwater Press’ The Seven Teaching Stories Katherena Vermette. One 1812 : La campagne tragique de Napoléon en Russie of the most frustrating trends with graphic novels lately is how many Les Trois Cents Jours de Napoléon à l'île d'Elbe of them particularly those aimed at youth are so short that they can't deliver a satisfying story Sure the entire tale might be too long to tell in a single book but each volume should have its Joséphine : vie de l'impératrice own weight Pemmican Wars gives us a brief introduction to Echo a young Metis teen who seems to teleport to the past when she daydreams It's an intriguing plot mechanism with plenty Mémoires inédits: Les Cahiers Rouges of room for educational possibilities though the book really doesn't give you enough time with Echo and her world to get invested Readers get a few mysteries but no La Moskowa - Borodino- La bataille des Redoutes overall sense Napoléon III et Franceschini Pietri of what is to come I do have a lot La commune de Paris par ceux qui l'ont vécue of hope for future volumes as Metis kids deserve their time in the comic spotlight but I wish the publisher would reconsider the length Surcouf of the books they are putting Alfred Dreyfus :Cinq années de ma vie : 1894-1899 out

Katherena Vermette ´ 8 Summary

Echo Desjardins a 13 year old Métis girl adjusting to a new home and school is struggling with loneliness while separated from her mother Then an ordinary day in Mr Bee’s history class turns extraordinary and Echo’s life will never be the same During Mr B. Thanks to Netgalley and Portage Main Press for an advanced reader copy Publication Date March 1st 2018A new graphic novel series that focuses on the audience learning about Métis history The illustrations are beautiful and I can see that this book is going to be a hit among educators At 48 pages I sure wish it had been longer but it is a great start