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May 22, 2013

2013-2014 First Nations Communities Read

Dream Catcher was featured in this years First Nations Communities Read Poster

 

 

 


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June 12, 2013

Back in Stock

Little Duck is back at Theytus Books, order your copy today.

 

 

 

 

 


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August 22, 2012

2012-2013 First Nations Communities Read

Christmas La Pouchinn, How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs, and Taking Care of Mother Earth were all featured in this years First Nations Communities Read Poster

 


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May 30, 2012

BC Books on BC Ferries

We are pleased to announce that Diane Jaboson's My Life with the Salmon is one of the nine of the books chosen province wide to be included in the Book Passage Guide that will be distributed on B.C. Ferries.

And as a note her book will be available in the gift shops of all B.C. ferries this year.


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October 21, 2011

Theytus is turning 30!

We are turing 30 and are having a birthday party.

Come join us in celebrating 30 years of publishing excellence as North America's oldest Aboriginal Press.

 

Theytus is turning 30!

November 10th, 2011 6-8pm
at the En'owkin Center
Green Mountain Road
Penticton, B.C.


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March 30, 2011

Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools

 

 

Chuck in the City, Dream Catcher, How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs, and Meshom and the Little One are all featured in the Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools Catalogue.

The Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools is a catalogue compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia. This catalogue features Canadian published titles by, for and about Aboriginal peoples and suitable for K-12 libraries. The books are selected and annotated by teacher-librarians. The catalogue is distributed to schools across the country and we are proud the following titles were included in such good company.

 


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June 10, 2010

Theytus Book Awards

Theytus is pleased to announce the award nominations, winners and honourable mentions of our books in the Benjamin Franklin Awards, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the International Board on Books for Young People, the New York Book Festival, the San Francisco Book Festival and the Paris Book Festival.

 

The Benjamin Franklin Award is named in honor of America's most cherished publisher/printer, the Benjamin Franklin Awards™ recognizes excellence in independent publishing. Publications, grouped by genre are judged on editorial and design merit by top practitioners in each field.

  • Silver Medal Winner in the Regional Category: People of the Land

 

The Next Generation Indie Book Awards is “the most exciting and rewarding book awards program open to independent publishers and authors worldwide who have a book written in English”. They have listed three of our titles:

  • Children’s Picture Book Finalist: Just a Walk
  • General Fiction/Novel Finalist: Porcupines and China Dolls
  • Regional Non-Fiction Finalist: People of the Land

 

The New York Book Festival Competition has listed one of our titles:

  • Children’s Runner-up: I See Me

 

The San Francisco Book Festival Competition listed four of our books in the following categories:

  • Photography/Art Winner: People of the Land
  • Children’s Honourable Mention: Just A Walk and Chuck in the City
  • Teenage Honourable Mention: Deadly Loyalties


The International Board on Books for Young People is a non-profit organization which represents an international network of people from all over the world who are committed to bringing books and children together. The IBBY Honour List 2010 in the Canadian section for the quality of its translation. The winner will be announced in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, on September 9, 2010.

  • Honour List 2010 Nominee: Yamozha and His Beaver Wife

 

At the Paris Book Festival Competition, our books placed in the following categories:

  • Children’s Runner-up: Just A Walk
  • Children’s Honourable Mention: Chuck in the City

 

The Rabbits’ Race was selected by the First Nation Communities Read (FNCR) 2010 as a Highlighted Book and will be on its posters and leaflets. To order free posters of the FNCR selections, contact Patty at plawlor@sols.org

  • Highlighted Book: The Rabbit's Race

 


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June 6, 2010

2010 First Nations Communities Read

The Rabbits' Race was featured on this years First Nations Communities Read Poster.

 


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June 6, 2009

2009 First Nations Communities Read

Goodbye Buffalo Bay, Neekna and Chemai, and Yamozha and his Beaver Wife were all featured on this years First Nations Communities Read Poster.

 

 

 

 

 


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June 6, 2008

2008 First Nations Communities Read

The Legend of Caribou Boy, The Old Man and the Otter Medicine, When The Spirits Dance, The Gathering Tree, The Moccasins and Zoe and the Fawn were all featured on this years First Nations Communities Read poster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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