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Indigenous Peoples: Children

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Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Children's Resources

Indigenous Reads Rising

Indigenous Reads Rising

National Museum of the American Indian

National Museum of the American Indian

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Institute for American Indian Studies

Institute for American Indian Studies

Native Land Digital

Native Land Digital

AICL

American Indians in Children's Literature

Ka‘iwakīloumoku Pacific Indigenous Institute

Ka‘iwakīloumoku Pacific Indigenous Institute

American Indian Youth Literature Award

Print Picturebooks

Fill my heart with happiness
Bowwow Powwow
on the trapline
the range eternal
hiawatha the peacemaker
you hold me up
at the mountain's base
when we were alone
rabbit's snow dance
when i was eight
tallchief
We Are Water Protectors

Downloadable Picturebooks

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

molly of denali

Ebook

Print Fiction

talking leaves
morning girl
birchbark house
indian no more
the ghost collector
i can make this promise
stone river crossing
how i became a ghost
Ancestor approved
Barren Grounds
when a ghost talks listen
indian shoes
sea in winter

Downloadable Stories

The Sea Ringed World

Ebook​

Runs with Courage

Ebook​

Red Berries white clouds blue sky

Ebook​

the star people

Ebook

gift horse

Ebook

how i became a ghost

Ebook

skeleton man

Ebook

when turtle grew feathers

Ebook

Chia and the Fox Man

Ebook

How the World Was Made: A Cherokee Story

Ebook

ghost collector

Ebook

origin of day and night

Ebook

how raven got his crooked nose

Ebook

Mi'kmaq Campfire Stories of Prince Edward Island

Ebook

how things came to be

Ebook

caterpillar woman

Ebook

Waa'aka' The Bird Who Fell in Love with the Sun

Ebook

Print Non-Fiction Books

We are still here! : Native American truths everyone should know
The American Indian Rights Movement
Maria Tallchief : Native American ballerina
Encyclopedia of Native American tribes / Carl Waldman.
The Indian Removal Act : forced relocation
Squanto : Native American translator and guide
Native American history for kids : with 21 activities
Bright path : young Jim Thorpe
Who was Sitting Bull
An indigenous peoples' history of the United States for young people

Downloadable Non-fiction

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

Ebook

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