Native Language Learning

$10.00 each
+

Idonapshe Let’s Eat: Traditional Zuni Foods

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

$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.

$30.00 each
+

Karuk Basketmakers: A Way of Life

Describes the methods and materials used in basketmaking.  Tripp tells the story in both Karuk and English

$13.00 each
+

Kilia and Wahiopua: The Reefs of Hau'ula / Kilia a me Wahiopua: Nā Papa o Hauula

Developed to teach Hawai’ian names, place names, traditions and a connection to nature.

$13.00 each
+

Ke Ana Pōhaku Ma Kahakai/The Rock Cave at the Beach

Engages young readers in counting and the natural environment.

$10.00 each
+

Malí Npnaqs: The Story of a Mean Little Old Lady

This traditional Salish story is written in both Salish and English.

$17.00 each
+

Malian’s Song

Young readers will learn about the devastation of 1759 attack on the village of Odanack, and the resilience of the people.

$20.00 each
+

Manoomin: A Wild Rice Adventure

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

$10.00 each
+

Me Too / Si Tth’i

This bilingual Chipewyan-English children's book contains guide notes for a variety of language activities.

$11.00 each
+

Nanabosho, Soaring Eagle, and the Great Sturgeon

When Nanabosho and his friend Soaring Eagle finish their fall fishing, Nanabosho runs off with all the fish, leaving Soaring Eagle to starve.

$50.00 each
+

New Lakota Dictionary 2nd Edition

Provides a reliable, accurate, and user-friendly reference text.

$8.00 each
+

Niimiwin: Everyone Dance

Told in simple text and real pow wow photos, we follow the children as they participate in a pow wow. 

$19.00 each
+

Niwechihaw / I Help

As they walk in the woods to gather rosehips, a young Cree child learns by watching and helping his Kokum.

$14.00 each
+

Ocean Power: Poems from the Desert

In O’odham and English, describes the annual seasons and rhythms of the desert as movements of wind, rain, and flood.

$17.00 each
+

Ojibway Ceremonies

Offers a rare glimpse of Ojibway culture before it was disrupted by Europeans.

$6.00 each
+

Our Journey

With rich, vibrant color paintings, this beautiful board book will encourage the youngest children to greet and thank all creation.

$10.00 each
+

Pispíza waƞ Wayáwa Iyáye / Prairie Dog Goes to School

At school, prairie dog encounters several animal students, and the teacher counts and names all the students. Bilingual in English and Lakota.

$16.00 each
+

Sequoyah: The Cherokee Man Who Gave His People Writing

A father relates the story of the origins of the Cherokee syllabary and its creator, Sequoyah.  Bilingual English and Cherokee.

$17.00 each
+

Seven Eyes, Seven Legs: Supernatural Stories of the Abenaki

These traditional and contemporary stories are for learning from, for thinking deeply about, and for re-reading, over and over.

$20.00 each
+

A Skirt Full of Butterflies

In Zapotec and Spanish with English subtitles, five Zapotec women tell what it is like to live in a place where women run the economy, and where there is respect for “women’s work.”

Results 21 - 40 of 41