$15.00 each

A Long Time Ago is Just Like Today

Combines traditional Chippewa stories, recalled in the elders own words, biographical reminiscences and instructions for some cultural practices. It is a rich and important collection.

$15.00 each

A People’s Ecology: Explorations in Sustainable Living

Presents a tapestry of perspectives on the interplay of health, cultural ecology, diet, agriculture, and environment, which are foundations of sustainable living, rooted in the historical traditions and practices of Indigenous peoples.

$15.00 each

A Tahltan Cookbook, vol. 3: Campfire Cooking

Here are more than 120 traditional and modern recipes from the descendants of Louise Framst’s parents and their large extended family.

$15.00 each

A Tahltan Cookbook, vol. 1: George & Grace Edzerza Family

Here are more than 120 traditional and modern recipes from the descendants of Louise Framst’s parents and their large extended family; and for readers who don’t have ready access to moose, caribou or bear, there is a table of substitutions.

$18.00 each

A Taste of Heritage

Imparts the traditional Crow philosophy of healing and detailed practical advice for turning garden plants into remedies.

$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.

$10.00 each

Birch Water / K’I Tú

In flip-book format, this bilingual Dene Yatie-English children's book contains a variety of language activities.

$10.00 each

Eat, Run, and Live Healthy

Part of the Caring For Me series. Children learn about feeding our bodies with healthful food and keeping our bodies moving.

$8.00 each

Food Is Medicine: Recovering Traditional Foods to Heal the People

Authors review traditional agriculture, biodiversity, and the issues brought about by colonization of people and land.

$28.00 each

Foods of the Americas: Native Recipes and Traditions

Highlights indigenous ingredients, traditional recipes and contemporary recipes with ancient roots.

$35.00 each

Foods of the Southwest Indian Nations

In this gloriously photographed book, Native food expert Lois Ellen Frank (Kiowa), presents more than 100 recipes.

$11.00 each

I Can’t Have Bannock But the Beaver Has a Dam

A recipe for bannock follows the story, so children and their parents or teachers can read a story and have a snack together.

$10.00 each

Idonapshe Let’s Eat: Traditional Zuni Foods

This cookbook from Zuni Pueblo offers recipes, folklore, and linguistic information.

$14.00 each

It Will Live Forever: Traditional Yosemite Indian Acorn Preparation

Parker describes how acorns are processed, every step of the way.

$8.00 each

Itse Selu: Cherokee Harvest Festival

In the Blue Ridge Mountains, a young child and his family prepare for Itse Selu, the Green Corn Festival.

$20.00 each

Manoomin: A Wild Rice Adventure

Created to teach children about Ojibwe culture and language, including steps to gathering wild rice.

$20.00 each

Mino-Bimadiziwin: The Good Life

On the White Earth Reservation, a couple in their late sixties continue to harvest wild rice by canoe the traditional way.

$4.50 each

Real Wild Rice

In a short story poem, a boy talks about going for rice. Young readers will feel the teller's delight in this light-hearted, deeply satisfying book.

$25.00 each

Recovering Our Ancestors’ Gardens: Indigenous Recipes and Guide to Diet and Fitness

An array of tempting traditional Native recipes and no-nonsense practical advice about health and fitness.

$17.00 each

Salmon Summer

Nine-year-old Alex and his father work together at subsistence fishing, the salmon harvest, on Kodiak Island, Alaska.

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