Children - Fluent Readers

$9.00 each
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Jack and the Boys: Eagle's Cry

Jack and the boys discover an injured eagle and work to rehabilitate her so she can return to her home.

$9.00 each
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Jack and the Boys: Mountain Biking Adventure

While riding bikes, Jack and the boys learn a lot about fire fighters and Jack becomes a hero.

$9.00 each
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Jack and the Boys: Soccer Adventure

While the boys are playing a soccer game, someone shares the story of Jack before they adopted him.

$18.00 each
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Jingle Dancer

With no time to mail order tin jingles, Jenna makes her dress sing with help from her women relatives and friends.

$17.00 each
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Just Like Me: Stories and Self Portraits by Fourteen Artists

Developed to fill the need for books written by People of Color for People of Color.

$7.00 each

Kinaaldá: A Navajo Girl Grows Up

A coming-of-age ceremony of 13-year-old girl, which takes places at her grandmother’s home.

$20.00 each
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Manoomin: A Wild Rice Adventure

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

$6.00 each
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Morning on the Lake

Mishomis encourages his young grandson's learning and self-confidence building.

$8.00 each
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Muskrat Will Be Swimming

The kids at school call Jeannie and her grandpa "lake rats." Grampa's stories gently guide Jeannie into finding her way in the world.

$19.00 each
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$13.00 each
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One More Story: Contemporary Seneca Tales of the Supernatural

For children who love to turn the lights out and be scared in a safe place, One More Story is perfect.

$17.00 each
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Remember Me: Tomah Josephs' Gift to Franklin Roosevelt

An imagined relationship between Tomah Joseph and the young Roosevelt and provides a glimpse of Passamaquoddy culture.

$5.00 each

Skeleton Man

This terrifying young adult novel is rooted in a traditional story told among the Algonquian and Haudenosaunee peoples.

$10.00 each
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Sky

In the spring of 1964 on the Blackfeet reservation, eleven-year old Georgia and her grandparents rebuild their lives after a flood washes away all of their possessions.

$20.00 each
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Taos Pueblo: Painted Stories

Taos Pueblo Artist Jonathan Warm Day depicts scenes of Pueblo life drawn from his many childhood memories.

$5.00 each
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The Arrow Over the Door

Based on an actual incident that took place between the Abenaki and the Quakers during the time of the American Revolutionary

$11.00 each
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The Birth of Nanabosho

There is much cultural information here, and this is an excellent starting place for understanding the great and beloved hero and trickster, Nanabosho.

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