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Which Way Should I Go?

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Joey is a happy Nuu-chah-nulth boy, eager to help and quick to see the bright side of things. But when he loses his beloved grandmother, the sun goes out in his world. Fortunately, she has left something of herself behind--a song, which keeps knocking on Joey's heart, and a dance, which urges him to get up on his feet and choose again.

Sylvia Olsen was born and brought up i
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Sono NIS Press (first published October 1st 2007)
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Apr 28, 2010 rated it it was amazing
This is a great realistic picture book that manages to openly discuss grief over the loss of a family member with a younger audience. Definitely one of my favorites, this story and illustrations combine to share something beautiful.
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Sylvia Olsen is a writer and public speaker living on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. She is the author of several picture books, a number of first readers and novels for young adults and one non fiction—so far. Most of all she is a mother and grandmother and aunty to dozens of nieces and nephews.

Sylvia has spent most of her life living in Tsartlip First Nation, where her children and grandc
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