The Day the Earth Rose Up

by Alfreda Beartrack-Algeo

New Children's Lakota tale

How the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters, came to be

 

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Whisper to the Sky

by Kim Sigafus (Ojibwa)

New addition to PathFinders collection

Book 1 in Sydney's Journey

Hi-Lo novels for the reluctant reader.

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New Cherokee Children's Books!

How the World Was Made
The Land of the Great Turtles
 

Written in Cherokee Syllabary and English

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Native Women Changing Their World

Determination can make change happen!

 

New in Native Trailblazers Series

 

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Be Your Own Best Friend

Believe in yourself and you will

always have a best friend!

#OwnVoices

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Native Voices News

The Day the Earth Rose Up by Alfreda Beartrack-Algeo, author and illustrator (Lakota)

A tale of how the Seven Sisters, who ran away from a giant bear, were saved when their...

We are excited to offer these bilingual Cherokee Children's books by Brad Wagnon (Cherokee) and illustrator Alex Stephenson.

These two delightful creation stories retold by...

Believe in yourself and you will always have a best friend!​   ...

Best Books of 2021 by American Indians in Children's Literature. 

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The Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Confederacy) had an enormous influence on the early suffragists, but this little-known fact has been written out of history....

Mourning a Treasured Legend

We join in mourning with the loss of Cherokee National Treasure, Jesse Hummingbird, artist & friend.

Jesse painted in the traditional flat style of the Oklahoma Natives, using vivid colors and distinct lining to create magnificent art, masks, and so much more. He has won numerous awards and distinctions. In 2017, he was given the honor of Cherokee National Living Treasure for preservation of Cherokee art, language, and culture.

Jesse most recently won first place in painting at the Tesoro Cultural art show in early June.

Titles by Jesse Hummingbird: