Wild Woman Alphabet

By Doris Muise

Wild Woman Alphabet
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"A bunch of wild women once wandered this land and thought that their dinners had gotten too bland. They set out in search of fine foods they could get and ate up the sounds of the whole alphabet. "

Wild Woman's Alphabet is a quirky ABC children's title with Indigenous themes ... Read more


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"A bunch of wild women once wandered this land and thought that their dinners had gotten too bland. They set out in search of fine foods they could get and ate up the sounds of the whole alphabet. "

Wild Woman's Alphabet is a quirky ABC children's title with Indigenous themes and images in the text and collaged illustrations.

Doris Muise

Doris Muise is of Mik'maq, French, and Scottish descent in rural Newfoundland. She holds a Master of Art Education from NSCAD University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and has taught all over Canada. She has made her home on traditional Nuxalk territory in Bella Coola BC, where she teaches the wonderful children at Acwsalcta School when she isn't writing or working on her art.

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