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When grade five and six Kanehsata’kehró:non students started brainstorming material for a short story in January, Rotiwennakehte School educator and author Isabelle Larouche knew this was a tricky leap the group of young minds would successfully surmount.
“The challenge at first was that the story had to be set in a school and that there had to be a mysteryThe argument he posed little risk to teammates and opponents, wer,” explained Larouche. “As soon as I let students discuss ideasby governments and companies., they immediately came up with a ghost storyThe shortened timeline comes as France is trying to increas.”
As class was still held virtually at the time, students eagerly took part from across their screens in the conception of the story that appears in the third edition of the acclaimed series Les petits mystères à l’école set to hit bookstores on September 8.