Study Canada K-12 partnering with Métis Canadian illustrator Natasha Donovan and Village Books for book talk on the graphic novel Borders
Donovan is the illustrator of the book Borders, a middle grade graphic novel about identity and belonging.
Registration for this event includes a complimentary copy of Borders, provided by the Center for Canadian-American Studies.
Seats are limited so reserve your spot today.
In Borders, this graphic adaptation of award-winning author Thomas King's short story, a young Blackfoot boy and his mother end up in a no-man's land between the US and Canadian borders when his mother refuses to answer a seemingly simple question: "Are you American? Or are you Canadian?". In a story told with King's characteristic wit, readers are invited to consider themes of place, nationality, family, and home.
Natasha Donovan is a Métis Canadian illustrator who focuses on comics and children's book illustrations. She illustrates the award-winning children's book series The Mothers of Xsan, written by Brett Huson. Her recent picture books include A River's Gifts by Patricia Newman and The Global Ocean by Rochelle Strauss. She grew up in Vancouver and currently lives in Bellingham.