Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws in the 21st century: One Laptop Per Child program Little Spirit Bear Productions, publisher of the graphic novel series Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, have licensed 10,000 graphic novel ebooks of volume one, “The Sugar Bush” (5000) and volume three, “True Hearts” (5000) to The Belinda Stronach Foundation, who is sponsoring the One Laptop Program in Canada for Aboriginal Youth ages 6-12.
Aboriginal youth is the fastest-growing population in Canada, but many do not have access to the tools they need to realize their full potential. The Little Spirit Bear Productions family is honoured to be a part of this amazing program.
For more information on the One Laptop Per Child program, please visit http://www.tbsf.ca/aboriginal_youth-34.html
Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws is a fresh and funny graphic novel series for the young and the young at heart. The series in based on the Seven Grandfathers of Respect, Bravery, Love, Honesty, Humility, Wisdom and Truth, and is rapidly gaining enthusiastic fans for its vibrant and entertaining images of customary traditions and oral history.
The graphic novels
The series Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws is published with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council of Canada. Rabbit and Bear paws is a comic strip and graphic novel, both in print and web-based media. For new comical adventures every week, visit us at www.rabbitandbearpaws.com
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Yayy! A terrific series and classy, committed creator. I’m so happy for you, Chad!
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