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Dropping out / diabetes / residential school comic books

The Healthy Aboriginal Network

Non-profit promotion of health, literacy & wellness

Hot on the heels of our last update, here is what is new with your favorite youth-friendly resource creator.

Dropping out / staying in school comic book – back in stock digitally!

In Level Up, Terry is contemplating dropping out of school. But before he does, he’s asked to spend some time with his cousin Dave, a successful game developer. Rather than lecture Terry, Dave makes the importance of school relatable – he compares education to moving up a level in a video game. Available for sale digitally on iBooks / iTunes, Amazon (Kindle edition) and Graphicly (the nicest display, but just like iTunes and Kindle, you can only see it on their platform). Search Healthy Aboriginal to find the book.

Diabetes prevention comic book – back in stock

An Invited Threat is about a family’s realization that the food they eat and make available to their community is not good for them. It’s about making healthy decisions now, rather than waiting until it’s too late. The comic book may be previewed at www.thehealthyaboriginal.net and ordered by sending an email to [email protected].

Residential school comic book – preview

Lost Innocence is a fictional story (but based on documented real life experiences of survivors) of a brother and sister’s residential school experience in the 1930’s. The sneak preview on our website is 20 pages long but the completed book will be 64 pages and has a truth and reconciliation theme. Because of the length this book costs $6 each. It can be previewed at www.thehealthyaboriginal.net and ordered by sending an email to [email protected].

We hope you continue to find us relevant to youth’s needs,

Sean Muir
Executive Director
3240 Comox Road    Courtenay , BC   V9N 3P8
Phone 250-941-8881   [email protected]
A BC incorporated non-profit Society

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