By Danielle Greendeer (E Gree)
A modern day telling of the First Thanksgiving from the Indian perspective of the harvest – keepunumuk.
By Traci Sorell (E Sore)
River, an Indian girl, enjoys a tribal powwow with her family in a modern day setting.
By Ria Thundercloud (EB Thun)
Ria Thundercloud is on a dance journey. The journey started with indigenous dance and continued as she became trained in many types of classical dance.
By Carole Lindstrom (E Lind)
A Native American Indian girl, learns about the history of the black snake and dangers of water pollution.
By Buffy Sainte-Marie (E Sain)
The picture book has the words to a song that cover the loveliness of Indigenous traditions and community.
By Traci Sorell (E 970.3 Sore)
A Cherokee family celebrates gratitude throughout the change of seasons.
By Kevin Noble Maillard (E Mail)
The story depicts how modern day Native American families can celebrate their fry bread.
By Traci Sorell (J973.0497 Sore)
The book presents struggles that Native Americans have overcome so that they can say we are still here.
By Keith Egawa (J Eggw)
Alex and Shiny learn about the dangers of polluting the water.
By Cynthia O'Brien (J970.1 Obri)
The information in the book is brightly colored and a comprehensive collection of American History and Culture.
By Christine Day (JB Tallchief)
Maria persisted to make her dream of dancing ballet come true.