David A. Robertson curated this list of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children's books
David A. Robertson, a Cree author based in Winnipeg, writes books for readers of all ages. He has published 25 books across a variety of genres, including the graphic novels Will I See? and Sugar Falls, a Governor General's Literary Award-winning picture book called When We Were Alone, illustrated by Julie Flett, and The Reckoner, a YA trilogy.
In 2020 alone, Robertson published three books: the memoir Black Water, the graphic novel Breakdown and the middle-grade novel The Barren Grounds. He also hosted the CBC Manitoba podcast Kiwew.
Here are some books by Indigenous authors to get you started on
your learning journey. Please keep in mind that this is not an
exhaustive list. There are more stories out there.
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