$20.00 each

American Indian Voices presents Johnny Moses

An incredibly talented storyteller, Johnny Moses (Tulalip) accompanies himself with a hand drum.

$15.00 each

Canoe Way: The Sacred Journey

Documents indigenous tribes and First Nations from Oregon, Washington, Canada and Alaska follow their ancestral pathways through the waters of Puget Sound.

$8.00 each

Ch’askin: A Legend of the Sechelt People

This beautiful little book is a companion to the Sechelt stories—Mayuk, the Grizzly Bear, How the Robin Got Its Red Breast, and Salmon Boy — and is just as evocative.

$11.00 each

Drawings of the Song Animals

Niatum has chosen fifteen poems from twenty-five years of work and also includes poems that have not appeared previously.

$17.00 each

American Indian Voices presents Johnny Moses

A talented storyteller, Johnny Moses accompanies himself with a hand drum.

$7.50 each

First Nations Families

Written in consultation with First Nations elders, students, and parents, these beautifully illustrated stories demonstrate the traditional value of inclusion.

$7.50 each

First Nations Technology

For young readers, this is a deceptively simple and excellent discussion of old-time and modern technology

$7.50 each

Grandma's Special Feeling

Whenever Grandma gets that “special feeling,” the children know they're about get a lesson about how First Nations peoples used to live in the old days.

$8.00 each

How the Robin Got Its Red Breast: A Legend of the Sechelt People

Traditional story tells how the courageous little gray robin saves the people, and is honored with the color given him.

$30.00 each

In the Heart of Big Mountain

One Diné family struggle with the federal government over the forced relocation of Diné families.

$13.00 each

Jenneli’s Dance

A story that instills a sense of pride in the Métis culture, and deals with issues of overcoming low self-esteem.

$9.00 each

Just a Walk

A cheerful story that features Chuck, who loves adventure and finds himself in the funniest situations.

$14.00 each

Kwulasulwut II: More Stories from the Coast Salish

This second volume of traditional stories by a Coast Salish elder and storyteller, features introspection and peer teaching.

$20.00 each

Life Woven with Song

Dauenhauer seamlessly weaves together memories of land, culture and community.

$18.00 each

Luminaries of the Humble

Elizabeth Woody tells how it is for Native peoples, and out of what past that came to be.

$20.00 each

Making the River: A Documentary Film

A film about punishment and death, transformation and redemption.

$7.00 each

Mayuk the Grizzly Bear: A Legend of the Sechelt People

A grandfather relates a story about Mayuk, and about Indian medicine.

$17.00 each

My Life with the Salmon

An important comment on First Nations efforts to save the salmon, and a personal journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life.

$9.00 each

No Time to Say Goodbye: Children’s Stories of Kuper Island Residential School

A fictional account of five children taken by government agents brought to Kuper Island Residential School in the 1950s.

$15.00 each

Over a Century of Moving to the Drum: Salish Indian Celebrations on the Flathead Indian Reservation

A Salish teacher and spiritual advisor shares what the elders taught him about the early Salish Indian celebrations.

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