About Prairie Grass
by Joan Soggie
The historical novel Prairie Grass takes you on a journey spanning two centuries of life in the Canadian Prairies.
Saskatchewan author Joan Soggie uses the medium of prairie grasses to tell the story. As Gabby Mackenzie struggles to understand the uneasy relationship between the people, indigenous and newcomer, and the land, she finds that answers lie deep in the past.
Seeds and roots might lie dormant for years. Then a spring rain or an autumn fire will awaken them into an explosion of life.
Residential school survivor and life-long educator Dr. Cecil King says of Prairie Grass, “a dynamic piece of work … Yes, it is a good read.”
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