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The Range Eternal
The Range Eternal | Louise Erdrich
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A girl laments about her childhood home, The Range Eternal, where the family's little cabin in the Turtle Mountains was the source of protection, love, and imagination.
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The Range Eternal | Louise Erdrich
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This is a beautiful book. The story is unique and touching, and the paintings are gorgeous. This is my letter R for #BBRC #A2Z @LibrarianRyan

LibrarianRyan 👍 😁 3mo
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Krisjericho
The Range Eternal | Louise Erdrich
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I read soooo many picture books. I try to read all of the native and indigenous themed picture books in our library collection because I‘m pretty sure no other library staff member does. I have noticed an absence of native girl characters that are not presented as historical figures or living through residential schools. Review continued in the comments.

Krisjericho This is just a lovely story about a girl who experiences the warmth created by “the range eternal”, a wood burning stove brand. It is extended into a metaphor for the range eternal of memory and of the past, but overall the line that captures the feel the most is “I long for a center of true warmth”. Gorgeous watercolor illustrations. This is cozy and nostalgic in the best way. 3mo
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