Read Glass Beads with Canada-wide eBook club

From June 3 to 30, Oakville Public Library is making the ebook and eaudiobook editions of Glass Beads available with no holds or waitlist. Readers all across Canada are invited to read Glass Beads as part of the One eRead Canada campaign, along with other participating Canadian libraries.

 

About the book & author 

June is Indigenous History Month. Glass Beads is written by Saskatchewan-born Plains Cree author, actor, and comedian Dawn Dumont. It’s an engaging collection of interconnected short stories about four First Nations people, set against a backdrop of two decades of political, social and cultural change.

 

How to borrow Glass Beads from OPL 

Starting June 3, borrow an ebook or eaudiobook copy of Glass Beads with no waitlist or holds from the OPL collection, here.

 

Watch the Facebook Live author event on June 12 

Saskatoon Public Library is hosting an author talk with Dawn Dumont through Facebook Live on June 12. Check out the Facebook event page to find out how to submit questions and catch the live stream!

 


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