Join us for the launch of four new books from Goldrock Press. Financial assistance provided by the Manitoba Arts Council.
This event is free and open to the public.
Joseph Bird began serving time when he was thirteen, and he remained in and out of jail throughout his teen years, deeply immersed in gang-life, drugs and alcohol. Learning the Hard Way is the story of Joey’s difficult journey to where he is now, living clean and sober, working a full-time job, supporting his partner and their baby daughter. Joey lives with his partner and their beautiful little girl in the community of Norway House.
Pipon – “It is winter” – introduces children age 5-7 to basic Cree phrases about winter including the weather, wi...nter sports and activities, and other delights of the season. Its author, Brenda Fontaine, is a prolific author whose work has appeared in a variety of publications. She is also the author of the novel Tyranny in Our Times and three children’s books in her Babs’ Adventures series.
The Black Book, Native Americans and the Christian Experience: Overcoming the Negative Impact of Nominal Christianity is an eye-opening and informative account and analysis of the historical experience of Native Americans and the Christian church. Written by Metis pastor and professor of Theology, Dr. Thomas Michael McDonald.
Hendrik Meyer: A Man of Many Seasons is a biography about a man who led an amazing life. He was a watchmaker, a fine jeweler, a business owner, a Martial arts expert, a musician – and he was a father. This is the first book from his son, Hendrik Meyer, a high school shop teacher currently residing in Norway House.