TEACH Graphic Novels

Dystopia 2153: Escape From The Rathouse (Episode 1)

The year is 2153 A.D. The world is bleak and controlled by cruel robots. Lance, Freya, and their friends live in an orphanage run by BASH, the master robot, and Harry Mole who manipulates events behind the scenes. Lance is convinced he will reunite with his parents. A daring escape plan is formulated. Will the plan work? Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: Middle School

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The Life and Times of Sir Wilfrid Laurier

This is the in-depth story of Sir Wilfrid’s life from childhood to his twilight years. Follow one of the most revered politicians in Canadian history. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: High School

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Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote

Read about the epic struggles, the years of hard work and perseverance and the prejudice women faced fighting for the most important, basic, democratic right—to vote. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: High School

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Road to Confederation

Two dynamic stories depicting struggles and triumphs. Volume 1: Baldwin & LaFontaine built Responsible Government, laying the groundwork for modern democracy. Volume 2: the Irish potato famine fuelled tragedy leading to the misguided but understandable Fenian attempts to take over Canada. Also available as an interactive novel.

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Shattered Ground

Shattered Ground tells the story of four young men who enlist at the outbreak of the First World War. Convinced they are about to experience a great adventure and fearful they might miss out, they rush to the front. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: High School

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The Shadowed Road

Selome Fekadu is a 14-year-old girl who lives in a rural Ethiopia. Her dream is to become a teacher, but her father wants her to become the obedient wife of a cow herder. Compelled to claim her right to education, Selome disguises herself as a boy and runs away from her village. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: Middle School

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The Ruptured Sky

The Ruptured Sky explores the War of 1812 from First Nations perspectives. Without their involvement, the borders of Canada and America might have been vastly different. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: High School

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80 Degrees North

80 Degrees North chronicles the tale of the first Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913-1918. Commanded by the famous Arctic explorer, Vilhjalmur Stefansson and his colleague, R.M. Anderson. The expedition encountered tremendous challenges such as extreme weather, the loss of their flagship, the Karluk, that became crushed in the ice and subsequently sank. The Inuit also became valued and vital members of the expedition. Without them, it is unlikely the efforts of the explorers and scientists would have paid off. This is an epic tale of adventure and drama. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: High School

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Ezra and the Lion Cub

Ezra and the Lion Cub tells the story of a poor shoeshine boy in Gondar, Ethiopia. In his dreams, Ezra sees himself as the king of the forest. In his dream world, Ezra is not poor, doesn’t have to worry about going to school or think about shining shoes. He encounters a precocious lion cub and they become friends. The lion cub’s mother is not so pleased with the cub’s association with a human–one that can only lead to trouble. When a group of hunters come on the scene, disaster quickly follows and Ezra learns a valuable but painful lesson. Also available as an interactive novel.

Recommended for: Primary

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