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A Story to Tell: Traditions of a Tlingit Community (We Are Still Here) by Richard Nichols  An eleven-year-old Tlingit girl travels to Kake, Alaska, where she learns about her family's heritage from stories her grandmother tells.

A Story to Tell: Traditions of a Tlingit Community (We Are Still Here) by Richard Nichols An eleven-year-old Tlingit girl travels to Kake, Alaska, where she learns about her family's heritage from stories her grandmother tells.

Fort Chipewyan Homecoming: A Journey to Native Canada (We Are Still Here) by Morningstar Mercredi

Fort Chipewyan Homecoming: A Journey to Native Canada (We Are Still Here) by Morningstar Mercredi

“Deed Yazhi silently led her younger sister closer to the edge of the river. They listened for the singing of the song their father sang to them when they were children. Stopping once again to list…

“Deed Yazhi silently led her younger sister closer to the edge of the river. They listened for the singing of the song their father sang to them when they were children. Stopping once again to list…

Living with the Senecas: A Story about Mary Jemison by Susan Bivin Aller, Laurie Harden (Illustrator)

Living with the Senecas: A Story about Mary Jemison by Susan Bivin Aller, Laurie Harden (Illustrator)

Jim Thorpe (Sports Heroes and Legends) by Carrie Golus

Jim Thorpe (Sports Heroes and Legends) by Carrie Golus

A biography of the Native American woman who helped to negotiate benefits for her people and traveled across the country speaking about the plight of the Paiutes.

A biography of the Native American woman who helped to negotiate benefits for her people and traveled across the country speaking about the plight of the Paiutes.

A list of picture book biographies with inspiring stories. These books will encourage kids to follow their dreams and pursue their passions.

14 Books to Inspire Kids to Follow Their Dreams

A list of picture book biographies with inspiring stories. These books will encourage kids to follow their dreams and pursue their passions.

You Are Now on Indian Land: The American Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island California, 1969 (Civil Rights Struggles Around the World) by Margaret J. Goldstein  On the night of November 20, 1969, ninety-two Native Americans sailed silently across the San Francisco Bay toward the island of Alcatraz. They intended to reclaim the land for Indian people and to establish a community on Alcatraz.

You Are Now on Indian Land: The American Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island California, 1969 (Civil Rights Struggles Around the World) by Margaret J. Goldstein On the night of November 20, 1969, ninety-two Native Americans sailed silently across the San Francisco Bay toward the island of Alcatraz. They intended to reclaim the land for Indian people and to establish a community on Alcatraz.

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