23 November 2018

27 Books About Native Americans

A Coyote Solstice Tale
written by Thomas King, Cherokee
images by Gary Clement

written by Joseph Bruchac, Abenaki
images by Sally Wern Comport

Buffalo Bird Girl: A Hidatsa Story
written and illustrated by S.D. Nelson, Standing Rock Sioux

Dibé Yázhí Táa'go Baa Hane' / The Three Little Sheep
written by Seraphine G. Yazzie, Navajo
images by Ryan Huna Smith, Chemehuevi/Navajo

Fox On the Ice / Maageesees Maskwameek Kaapit
written by Tomson Highway, Cree
images by Brian Deines

Kamik's First Sled
adapted from the memories of Matilda Sulurayok, Inuit
images by Qin Leng

Kiki's Journey
written by Kristy Orona-Ramirez, Taos Pueblo/Raramuri
images by Jonathan Warm Day, Taos Pueblo

Morning Girl
written by Michael Dorris, Modoc

written by Antonio Ramírez
images by Domi, Mazatecan

Night Is Gone, Day Is Still Coming: Stories and Poems by American Indian Teens and Young Adults
edited by Annette Piña Ochoa, Yaqui; et al

Not My Girl
written by Christy Jordan Fenton & Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, Inuvialuit
images by Gabrielle Grimard

Rain Is Not My Indian Name
written by Cynthia Leitich Smith, Muscogee Creek

Rattlesnake Mesa: Stories From a Native American Childhood
written by EdNah New Rider Weber, Pawnee
images by Richela Renkun

Saltypie: A Choctaw Journey from Darkness Into Light
written by Tim Tingle, Choctaw
images by Karen Clarkson, Choctaw

Shin-Chi's Canoe
written by Nicola I. Campbell, Interior Salish & Métis
images by Kim LaFave

Super Indian, Volume 1
written and illustrated by Arigon Starr, Kickapoo

Tasunka: A Lakota Horse Legend
written and illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux, Oglala Lakota

The Orphan and the Polar Bear
written by Sakiasi Qaunaq, Inuit
images by Eva Widermann

The Range Eternal
written by Louise Erdrich, Chippewa
images by Steve Johnson & Lou Fancher

The Shadows That Rush Past: A Collection of Frightening Inuit Folktales
written by Rachel A. Qitsualik, Inuit
images by Emily Fiegenschuh & Larry MacDougall

Urban Tribes: Native Americans In the City
edited by Lisa Charleyboy, Tsilhqot’in, & Mary Beth Leatherdale

Welcome Song for Baby: A Lullaby for Newborns
written and illustrated by Richard Van Camp, Dogrib

When the Shadbush Blooms
written by Carla Messinger, Lenape, & Susan Katz
images by David Kanietakeron Fadden, Mohawk

Wild Berries
written and illustrated by Julie Flett, Métis & Cree

Mission to Space
written by John Herrington, Chickasaw

The Water Walker
written and illustrated by Joanne Robertson, Anishinaabe

Peace Dancer
written by Roy Henry Vickers, Tsimshian, & Robert Budd
images by Roy Henry Vickers, Tsimshian