This book was the idea of inmates in the Literacy Program at Brandon Correctional Institution. They wanted to produce a booklet that was meaningful to themselves and hopefully, to other people who have a problem with alcohol and/or drugs.
Writings by learners in the Interlake Adult Learning Association Project funded by National Literacy Secretariat
The promotion and encouragement of family literacy is one of the mandates of the SIAST Kelsey Campus Literacy Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In their endeavors to achieve this, the students of the 2004-2005 literacy class created this children's storybook.
Series: The New Start Reading Series
Authors: Lee Sheridan
Story from The New Start Reading Series
Lee recalls growing up as a sharecropper`s son during the 1930s. He speaks movingly of bigotry, his great grandmother`s love. and how he become a top-ranked Canadian boxer.
The 2001 edition of the collective writings and artwork from this group of adult learners.
'We hope you enjoy sharing the journey of our Spirit Beyond the Walls'
Authors: Literacy Class 1999/2000
The students of SIAST Kelsey Campus Literacy Program contributed the stories, poems and artwork that make up Unicorns (May 2000). It is their hope that this book will promote and encourage family literacy now and in the future.
For information :
Larry Crook, Program Instructor
SIAST Kelsey Campus
Saskatoon SK S7K 3R5
Tel. (306) 933-7735
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rod Goertzen, Literacy Coordinator
Tel. (306) 933-8372
E-mail : email@example.com