$16.00 each

500 Años del Pueblo Chicano /500 Years of Chicano History


Hundreds of photos, paintings, drawings, political cartoons, and text in Spanish and English about truths long denied, this is a huge photoessay and a family album, about the Mestizo people in whom Indian blood runs strong...

$24.00 each

500 Years of Chicana Women’s History/500 Años dela Mujer Chicana

If one thing can be said of Betita Martinez in particular and Chicanas as a group, it’s this: They’re no wimps. And this book is proof.

$43.00 each

A Broken Flute: The Native Experience in Books for Children

A Broken Flute is as close to comprehensive as a bibliography on a given subject can get, and more brutally honest than anything else out there.

$9.00 each

A Coyote Columbus Story

“It was Coyote who fixed up the world, you know. She was the one who did it. She made rainbows and flowers and clouds and rivers. And she made prune juice and afternoon naps and toe-nail polish and television commercials."

$15.00 each

A Coyote Solstice Tale

Tom King’s deadpan humor combines with award-winning artist Gary Clement’s marvelous watercolors in this wonderful anti-consumption book for readers of all ages.

$10.00 each

A Native American Thought of It

Did you know that Native peoples developed their own sign language, syringe needles and a secret ingredient in soda pop?

$14.00 each

A Really Good Brown Girl

A collection of poetry and memories about land, family, and the multiple boundaries imposed by the continuing colonization of the Métis people.

$19.00 each

A Short History of Indians in Canada

Acclaimed author Thomas King is in fabulous, fantastical form in this bestselling short fiction collection.

$6.00 each

American Indian Astronomy

Focuses on the knowledge American Indians contributed to the field of astronomy and introduces some of the tools Indian people used to observe the sky.

$6.00 each

American Indian Communication Systems

Focuses on the ways Indian people communicate in addition to spoken language including hand signs, images and other tangible expressions.

$175.00 each

American Indian Contributions to the World (5-Volume Set)

This five-volume set is accessible to students from fourth grade through high school.

$42.00 each

American Indian Themes in Young Adult Literature

Analyzes contemporary literature, historical fiction and non-fiction in young adult “books about Indians,” with a discerning eye.

$6.00 each

American Indian Timekeeping Devices

Focuses on the ways Indian people have understood and recorded the passage of time, and how events were documented and are remembered.

$6.00 each

American Indian Toys and Games

Focuses on some of the toys and games developed by Indian people for the dual purposes of having fun and developing important life skills.

$19.00 each

April Raintree

Two Métis sisters are taken from their parents as young children and reared in separate foster homes—doing all they can to maintain the ties and live in a hostile society.

$25.00 each

Behind Closed Doors: Stories from the Kamloops Indian Residential School

May the telling and sharing of these stories bring peace and healing to wounded spirits.

$15.00 each

Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940

A study of the residential school experience from the perspective of the Indian students who lived at two schools in Kansas and South Dakota.

$11.00 each

Chester Bear, Where Are You?

In this delightful children’s story, Peter Eyvindson tells of the small struggles that loom large in young minds.

$17.00 each

Children Left Behind: The Dark Legacy of Indian Mission Boarding Schools

Tim Giago, who spent his childhood at one of these schools, examines the unholy alliance between church and state that tried to destroy generations of Indian children.

$25.00 each

Columbus Didn’t Discover Us

Documents the First Continental Conference of Indigenous Peoples in the highlands of Ecuador in 1990.

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