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Treaty Words


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  • Consumer and Trade key reviewer printed ARC and DRC mailing
  • NetGalley, CataList, and no-request necessary Edelweiss DRC distribution
  • Bookseller outreach, including promotion at Winter Institute, Children's Institute, EBMA, BEA; finished book mailing; promotion through Annick e-newsletters
  • Librarian and teacher outreach, including promotion at Day of Dialog (Oct. 20), ALA MW, OLA, TLA, SLJ Middle Grade Magic; contesting and more in Annick teacher-librarian newsletter; Educator's guide; Library advertising
  • Social media campaign and virtual programming including virtual book launch, author playdate with another Annick author; posts tied to Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21 and month (Canada)
  • Print and online media outreach, including picture book/middle grade/diverse bookstagrammers, bloggers, YouTubers
  • Presentation at international rights conferences including Frankfurt, Bologna, Guadalajara, and more

About the Author

Aimee Craft is an Anishinaabe/Metis lawyer from Treaty 1 territory in Manitoba. She is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Common Law, University of Ottawa and a leading researcher on Indigenous laws, treaties, and water. Luke Swinson is an Anishinaabe illustrator who is a member of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. He lives in Kitchener, ON.

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