Batoche Cheerleader is a realistic story about a family’s trip to Back to Batoche Days, an annual celebration of Métis culture. The story is presented as a dialogue between a girl and her mother. The inside front cover offers cultural background information and the inside back cover provides instructional suggestions.
The text is composed of short, simple sentences. Photographs support the text directly. Quotation marks and apostrophes are used.
Potentially unfamiliar words are defined in the glossary, such as bannock, jigging, kohkum, and mooshoom.
This title is from the Taanishi series. Support literacy learning and introduce beginning readers to Métis language, culture, values, and traditions.
Invoice Title: Batoche Cheerleader