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Dream catchers

Cherie Dimaline’s cautionary tale blends Indigenous and environmental themes

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The Marrow Thieves

Cherie Dimaline

Dancing Cat Books, Ages 13+

IN THE LATEST YA novel by Métis writer and editor Cherie Dimaline, the world has been ravaged by global warming. Cities have crumbled from the coastlines, “breaking off like crust,” and hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis have wiped out entire communities. Millions of people have lost their lives, and those who remain have endured trauma that has led to their inability to dream — with the exception of North America’s Indigenous peoples, who carry dreams in webs woven into their bone marrow.

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