• A Day With Yayah

    A Day With Yayah

    Campbell, Nicola I.

    It’s springtime, and Nikki and her grandmother, Yayah in their Indigenous language, are tanning a hide. Along come two kids from next door, eager for their lessons from Yayah.

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  • Red Bird Sings

    Red Bird Sings

    Capaldi, Gina

    "I remember the day I lost my spirit." So begins the story of Gertrude Simmons, also known as Zitkala-Sa, which means Red Bird. Born in 1876 on the Yankton Sioux reservation in South Dakota, Zitkala-Sa willingly left her home at age eight to go to a boarding school in Indiana. But she soon found herself caught between two worlds--white and Native American.

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  • Bowwow Powwow

    Bowwow Powwow

    Child, Brenda J.

    Windy Girl is blessed with a vivid imagination. From Uncle she gathers stories of long-ago traditions, about dances and sharing and gratitude. A playful story by Ojibwe author, Brenda Child

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  • Unstoppable

    Unstoppable

    Coulson, Art

    In the autumn of 1912, the football team from Carlisle Indian Industrial School took the field at the U.S. Military Academy, home to the bigger, stronger, and better-equipped West Points Cadets. A member of the Sac and Fox Nation, Thorpe became the first Native American to win a gold medal for the United States.

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  • I Can Make This Promise

    I Can Make This Promise

    Day, Christine

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  • The Sea in Winter

    The Sea in Winter

    Day, Christine

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  • Sees Behind Trees

    Sees Behind Trees

    Dorris, Michael

    Visually impaired Walnut cannot earn his adult name the same way other boys do, by hitting a target with a bow and arrow. With his highly developed other senses, however, he earns a new name: Sees Behind Trees.

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  • Whale Snow

    Whale Snow

    Edwardson, Debby Dahl

    Amiqqaq is excited when his family catches a bowhead whale. As his family prepares to celebrate the traditional Iñupiaq whaling feast, Amiqqaq learns about the spirit-of-the-whale.

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  • The Whale Child

    The Whale Child

    Egawa, Keith

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  • Birdsong

    Birdsong

    Flett, Julie

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