The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson "uses seeds to reflect on Indigenous resilience in a colonized world. Her storytelling is direct and beautiful, and she reveals information carefully through narrative structure. While the storyline starts with Rosalie, it eventually multiplies, jumping through time, from one narrator in the 1860s to another in the early 2000s. The world Wilson builds is geographically small, yet the book feels expansive, because of this exploration of time," according to the HCN review.
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To purchase: on backorder with the publisher, then available at Books are Awesome in Parker (by just east of Target). Call them to get on their order list for the book: 303-357-8240