Published June 1, 1999 by Thistledown Press .
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The Lady at Batoche is the story of three young people who are changed forever by the brutal simplicities of battle. It shares the same meticulous research and vivid recreation of history as Richards' much-praised first novel Soldier Boys, but it also answers some of the more puzzling riddles of the Metis rebellion: *Winner Saskatchewan 4/5.
The Lady at Batoche is the second book about the Riel Rebellion. In the first book, Soldier Boys, the Canadians and the Metis fight the Battle The Lady at Batoche book Fish Creek.
The Lady at Batoche tells the story of the subsequent battle for Batoche. Both novels are told from the point of view of the Canadians through the eyes of year-old Tom Kerslake, bugler. The Lady at Batoche is a story of three young people who are changed forever by the brutal simplicities of battle.
It shares the same meticulous research and vivid recreation of history as Richards’ much-praised first novel, Soldier Boys but it also answers some of the more puzzling riddles of the Métis rebellion: why did Gabriel Dumont, the brilliant soldier and hardnosed.
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