My Name Is SeepeetzaBook - 1992
Seepeetza loves living on Joyaska Ranch with her parents and brothers and sisters. But when she is six years old, she must go to live in the town of Kalamak, British Columbia, and attend Indian residential school. The nuns call her "Martha" and cut her hair. She is forbidden to "talk Indian," even with her sisters and cousins.
Publisher: Toronto : Groundwood Books ; Berkeley, CA : Distributed in the USA by Publishers Group West, 
Copyright Date: ©1992
Characteristics: 126 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Study Program: Accelerated Reader AR MG 4.8 4.0 42270.
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A novel based on the author’s harsh experiences as a girl at a residential school in 1950s British Columbia.
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