Young Adult

$8.00 each

A Breeze Swept Through

Luci Tapahonso writes poetry that teaches how to stand up to intimidation; how to grieve and how to not give a damn. Her poetic voice is strong and gentle—speaking for all women in Native America.

$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.

$25.00 each

A Zuni Artist Looks at Frank Hamilton Cushing

This hilarious lampoon of anthropologist Frank Hamilton Cushing and his work from a Zuni perspective may give other anthros and wannabe anthros food for thought.

$15.00 each

Abiding Appalachia: Where Mountain and Atom Meet

Awiakta’s poetry follows the trail of Awi Usdi, Little Deer, through the saga of Tsali and the Trail of Tears, through her own childhood when the atom was split in secret, and into the heart of the atom itself.

$9.00 each

Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

An Indian boy coming into adulthood, literally weaving and dodging and rolling with the pun

$18.00 each

After and Before the Lightning

This volume of poems comes from a winter during which Ortiz lived and worked on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota.

$20.00 each

American Outrage

Two Western Shoshone elders, Carrie and Mary Dann, endure decades of struggles against federal marshals for rights to their own land.

$15.00 each

An Upriver Passamaquoddy

Drawing on his memories and an oral tradition, Allen Sockabasin returns to his Passamaquoddy village. To the outside world they lived in poverty, but he remembers a life that was rich.

$24.00 each

And Grandma Said...:Iroquois Teachings as Passed Down Through the Oral Tradition

“Grandma says” is Tom Porter’s story of a lifetime of learning and teaching, a gift from generations who have not forgotten how we were meant to be on this earth.

$14.00 each

Another Attempt at Rescue

Mandy Smoker is a consummate storyteller whose writing is a blessing, an antidote to the poison force-fed to Indian young people.

$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.

$9.00 each

Beneath the Naked Sun

Fife’s words are so fierce and strong that readers will see her, standing with her fists clenched, defiantly spitting out an answer to Webster’s definition of the word “savage.”

$30.00 each

Blossoms of Fire

In Zapotec and Spanish with English subtitles, witness the exuberant Zapotec women of Juchitan in all their passionate and opinionated glory.

$15.00 each

Blue Horses Rush In

This book is a gift to Tapahonso's granddaughters, and to all of us.

$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.

$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.

$30.00 each

Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians

Retrospective on this famous photographer, exploring the ironies in his story and the controversies in his romantic images of the Indian people he photographed.

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