A K-2 version of "Fatty Legs" (Listed elsewhere in this bibliography) for younger readers
A story of a young Metis boy and his family living in British North America in the early 1800s
An Ojibwe boy describes to his classmates how his grandmother made his moccasins.
Joseph Bruchac's first novel in the Dawn Land series, about an indigenous hunter named Young Hunter...
A collection of twelve illustrated poems or songs from Indigenous nations across Turtle Island which reflect humankind's connection to and reverence for the Earth.
A story about an Ojibwe girl and her family living on and around what has become commonly referred to as Madeline Island during the 1850’s and the changes facing them as colonization proceeds without regard for their lives .
An interesting read for anyone who wants to get a sense of Indigenous culture, and a suitable reading for children and adults alike. A good inter-generational reading experience.
This book comprises selections from the newspaper column written by Jim Northrup (Fon Du Lac Ojibwe) between 1989 and 2001. The column, “Fond du Lac Follies,” appears monthly in a number of Indigenous newspapers in the Upper Midwest.
The sequel to Fatty Legs, telling the story of Olemaun’s return home from Boarding school and her struggle to recover her language and her place in her community.
A book about healing, cultural revitalization, education and, ultimately about the concept of children as wakanyeja or sacred gifts, as the basis of child rearing and education.This book provides insight about how can raise our children better now to arrive at a healthy, functional future.