PreviewsScott B. Henderson

  • A Blanket of Butterflies

    Richard Van Camp, Scott B. Henderson (Illustrator), Donovan Yaciuk (Illustrator), Nickolej Villiger (Illustrator)

    This new full-colour edition of the Eisner Award–nominated adventure includes additional cultural context about the experiences of Indigenous and Japanese-Canadian people during the Second World War, and launches a new series of YA graphic novels.

  • As I Enfold You in Petals

    Richard Van Camp, Scott B. Henderson (Illustrator)

    The second book in Van Camp’s graphic novel series tells a beautiful story of redemption. Curtis returns to Fort Smith from rehab to reconnect with his culture and to help heal his community, taking on Benny the Bank in his efforts to regain the power of the Little People.

  • Northwest Resistance

    Katherena Vermette, Scott B. Henderson (Illustrator), Donovan Yaciuk (Illustrator)

    Echo Desjardins continues to slip back in time, learning first-hand about Métis history. This time, she travels to Batoche at the time when the Canadian government is ignoring the petitions of the Métis people, who enlist Louis Riel to help them.

  • Road Allowance Era

    Vol 4, A Girl Called Echo

    Katherena Vermette, Scott B. Henderson (Illustrator), Donovan Yaciuk (Illustrator)

    In this fourth and final instalment of Echo’s time-travelling story of strength and resilience, she witnesses many Métis people – cheated out of their right to land – settle on road allowances and railway land. Members of her family make their way to Rooster Town, on the southwest edges of Winnipeg.

  • Sugar Falls

    A Residential School Story

    David A. Robertson, Scott B. Henderson (Illustrator), Donovan Yaciuk (Illustrator)

    This 10th anniversary edition presents the illustrations in full colour for the first time and includes a foreword by Senator Murray Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, and an afterword by Elder Betty Ross, whose story is the basis of the book.