Orca Book Publishers

Browse by Category


Nonfiction Ages 9-12
Pages: 156
Themes: reconciliation, residential schools, Orange Shirt Day, eduction, Canadian history, Indigenous
Publisher: Medicine Wheel Education
Pub Date: 01/Sep/2020
Bookmark and Share
Readers of Orange Shirt Day will embark on a sacred journey to deepen their understanding of Orange Shirt Day, the Orange Shirt Society and residential school reconciliation. This book provides the necessary resources and sparks a passion for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals to make a difference moving forward. For Phyllis Webstad, as well as other survivors and their families, the orange shirt has become a symbol of healing and of hope for the future.

15% of all proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Orange Shirt Society.

Awards

First Nations Communities READ - Young Adult/Adult Chosen by a jury of Indigenous librarians across Ontario | 2021 | Winner

Resources for Teachers:

Orca Book Publishers produces a number of tools and resources to help teachers, librarians, reading specialists and other education professionals enrich the teaching and learning experience.

Please visit our Teacher Resources page to access and download materials.

Classroom Materials:

Free Teacher Guides

Digital Subscriptions

Resource Websites

Research and Support Materials:

Common Core

Reading Levels