“I Can Read with TruePhonics" Box Set A

Success breeds confidence. TruePhonics decodable readers and support materials are aimed towards emergent readers, reluctant readers and dyslexic students using the evidence-based Orton-Gillingham structured literacy approach. This is a "building-block" approach to reading that is systemic, sequential, structured, direct and accessible for struggling readers.

TruePhonics Box Set A includes phonetic flashcards, non-phonetic "red word" flashcards, two gameboards with a card deck, a student workbook, six colourful and engaging decodable readers (that review the sounds and non-phonetic words that have been learned via the flashcards, workbook and games) and a certificate of achievement.
Phonics books

Forgotten Footprints
“Colonialism from a Cree Perspective: The Social and Psychological Impacts of Residential Schools on the James Bay Cree of Northern Quebec.”

A raw and personal story by the late Dr. George Blacksmith, chronicling his experience as a residential school survivor, and his healing journey to become once again a proud member of the Cree Nation. "I turned to my people for healing on the land..."

Originally published in 2016. Reprints available for bulk orders only - 50 units minimum (eg. University/College bookstores, school boards). Already reprinted once for a Canadian university’s Indigenous studies course, and their library, calling it ‘essential reading’.

Digital Download E-Book for individual copies coming soon!
Net proceeds to Dr. Blacksmith’s widow.
Indigenous History

“I Can Read with TruePhonics" Box Set A

Success breeds confidence. TruePhonics decodable readers and support materials are aimed towards emergent readers, reluctant readers and dyslexic students using the evidence-based Orton-Gillingham structured literacy approach. This is a "building-block" approach to reading that is systemic, sequential, structured, direct and accessible for struggling readers.

TruePhonics Box Set A includes phonetic flashcards, non-phonetic "red word" flashcards, two gameboards with a card deck, a student workbook, six colourful and engaging decodable readers (that review the sounds and non-phonetic words that have been learned via the flashcards, workbook and games) and a certificate of achievement.
Phonics Books

Forgotten Footprints “Colonialism from a Cree Perspective: The Social and Psychological Impacts of Residential Schools on the James Bay Cree of Northern Quebec.”

A raw and personal story by the late Dr. George Blacksmith, chronicling his experience as a residential school survivor, and his healing journey to become once again a proud member of the Cree Nation. "I turned to my people for healing on the land..."

Originally published in 2016. Reprints available for bulk orders only - 50 units minimum (eg. University/College bookstores, school boards). Already reprinted once for a Canadian university’s Indigenous studies course, and their library, calling it ‘essential reading’.

Digital Download E-Book for individual copies coming soon!
Net proceeds to Dr. Blacksmith’s widow.
Indigenous History

“I Can Read with TruePhonics" Box Set A

Success breeds confidence. TruePhonics decodable readers and support materials are aimed towards emergent readers, reluctant readers and dyslexic students using the evidence-based Orton-Gillingham structured literacy approach. This is a "building-block" approach to reading that is systemic, sequential, structured, direct and accessible for struggling readers.

TruePhonics Box Set A includes phonetic flashcards, non-phonetic "red word" flashcards, two gameboards with a card deck, a student workbook, six colourful and engaging decodable readers (that review the sounds and non-phonetic words that have been learned via the flashcards, workbook and games) and a certificate of achievement.
Phonics Books

Forgotten Footprints “Colonialism from a Cree Perspective: The Social and Psychological Impacts of Residential Schools on the James Bay Cree of Northern Quebec.”

A raw and personal story by the late Dr. George Blacksmith, chronicling his experience as a residential school survivor, and his healing journey to become once again a proud member of the Cree Nation. "I turned to my people for healing on the land..."

Originally published in 2016. Reprints available for bulk orders only - 50 units minimum (eg. University/College bookstores, school boards). Already reprinted once for a Canadian university’s Indigenous studies course, and their library, calling it ‘essential reading’.

Digital Download E-Book for individual copies coming soon!
Net proceeds to Dr. Blacksmith’s widow.
Indigenous History