$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.

$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.

$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.

$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.

$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.

$19.00 each

Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths

Deloria takes on both the evolutionists and religious fundamentalists, giving the reader a critical analysis of flaws of each.

$25.00 each

Explore the River: Bull Trout, Tribal People, and the Jocko River

Comprehensive multimedia education package that describes the values of healthy aquatic ecosystems, and the ecology and importance of bull trout.

$7.50 each

First Nations Technology

For young readers, this is a deceptively simple and excellent discussion of old-time and modern technology

$7.50 each

Grandma's Special Feeling

Whenever Grandma gets that “special feeling,” the children know they're about get a lesson about how First Nations peoples used to live in the old days.

$11.00 each

Grandmother Spider's Web: Incorporating American Indian Themes into the Secondary Curriculum

This series was developed for the American Indian Language and Culture Education Program to be incorporated into the secondary education curriculum.

$45.00 each

Indians of Northwest California History/Social Science- and Literature-Based Curriculum Units

These 12 curriculum units include subjects such as tribal law, education, technology, housing, and traditional foods.

$20.00 each

Keepers of the Animals: Native American Stories and Wildlife Activities for Children

Teaches children of all ages to understand, live with and care for the animals.

$22.00 each

Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children

Brings a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to teaching about the Earth and Native cultures.

$20.00 each

Keepers of the Night: Native American Stories and Nocturnal Activities for Children

Teaches children of all ages to understand, live with and care for nighttime nature.

$10.00 each

Legends of the Iroquois

This collection of familiar Iroquois stories, told by elder and tribal scholar Tehanetorens, are also told in pictographs.

$11.00 each

Nanabosho and the Cranberries

Nanabosho, unable to reach the cranberries growing pretty high up, tries in vain to pick their reflection in a lake.

$20.00 each

Native Peoples and Fire in the Northern Rockies: Beaver Steals Fire & Fire On the Land

Excellent 2-disc set focusing on the traditional uses of fire by Indian peoples.

$8.00 each

Northern Lights: The Soccer Trails

The Soccer Trails is an honor to Inuit belief; it would also be a beautiful way to help a child who has suffered a loss.

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