Children - Beginning Readers

$7.00 each

A Boy Called Slow

At the end of a fierce battle, the boy who was once called “Slow” gained the name Tatan’ka Iyota’ke, a name which is now known well, for Tatan’ka means Sitting Bull.

$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.

$6.00 each

A Legend from Crazy Horse Clan

Daniel Long Soldier’s illustrations give power to the words of this exceptional book.

$7.00 each

A Promise is a Promise

A beautiful and slightly scary tale to teach children the importance of listening to their parents.

$18.00 each

Alfredito regresa volando a su casa

Alfredito regresa volando a su casa is the Spanish-language version of Alfredito Flies Home.

$15.00 each

Antelope Woman: An Apache Folktale

The story of Antelope Woman reminds us why we must always respect the antelope as we respect all things great and small.

$4.50 each

Aseban: The Ojibwe word for Raccoon

Typical of traditional stories, this one both explains natural phenomenon and describes appropriate behavior for being a good person.

$7.00 each

Baseball Bats for Christmas

In 1955, in the Arctic Circle community of Repulse Bay, the children had been given baseball bats for Christmas.

$13.00 each

Beaver Steals Fire: A Salish Coyote Story

These stories are a treasure to be treated carefully and lovingly, taken out at the right time and then put away to rest until it is time to take them out again.

$15.00 each

Brave Wolf and the Thunderbird

Each spring, a water monster comes out of the lake to steal Thunderbird’s chicks. So Thunderbird snatches up a human hunter to help her foil the monster.

$19.00 each

Buffalo Song

A young Nez Percé boy and his father rescue a buffalo calf whose entire herd has been slaughtered.

$9.00 each

Building an Igloo

Here, accomplished photographer Steltzer accompanies Tookillkee Kiguktak and one of his sons, Jopee, Inuit from Ellesmere Island, as they build an igloo.

$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

Chester Bear, Where Are You?

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

$14.00 each

Chief Ninham Forgotten Hero

Author Eva Jean Bowman wrote this historical non-fiction book to empower Native and non-Native children.  Illustrated by the students of Bowler Elementary.

$7.00 each

Chuck in the City

Chuck and his mom go to visit Kookum (Grandmother in Cree) in the city, where he encounters many new things.

$18.00 each

Coyote and the Sky: How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began

Traditional telling of a portion of the Tamaya Pueblo creation story.

$15.00 each

Coyote in Love with a Star

A well-done modern adaptation of a traditional Potawatomi tale, where Coyote leaves the rez to secure a job as rodent control officer at the World Trade Center.

$16.00 each

Coyote Sings to the Moon

Coyote wants to sing to the moon.  But, insulted by his atrocious singing voice, she packs her bags and leaves the sky.

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