Northeastern Woodland

$25.00 each
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Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer: A Story of Survival

Hedge Coke bears witness to the alcoholism, insanity, rape and domestic violence, connecting her personal suffering with Indian struggles to survive diaspora.

$10.00 each
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Roots of the Iroquois

Essential for students studying the U.S. Constitution.  Contrary to textbook dogma, the roots of American democracy lay not in European tradition, but in the ideals of the Iroquois Confederacy.

$17.00 each
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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.

$4.50 each
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Shemay: The Bird in the Sugarbush

During sugaring season with her family, Liza's grandmother tells her the story of how a certain little bird got its sad song.

$5.00 each

Skeleton Man

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

$20.00 each
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Skunny Wundy: Seneca Indian Tales

Twenty-eight stories of animals whose behaviors are sometimes suspiciously like our own, including “How Fox and Raccoon Tricked One Another,” “The Woeful Tale of Long-Tail Rabbit and Long-Tail Lynx,” among many others.

$9.00 each
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SkySisters

Two Ojibwe sisters walk out across the frozen north country to see the midnight dancing and shimmering of the SkySpirits, which some people call the Northern Lights.

$6.00 each
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Spirit of the White Bison

A heart-breaking, beautifully written short novel about the decimation of the buffalo at the hands of colonizers in North America.

$17.00 each
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Thanks to the Animals

In this perfect bedtime story for emerging readers, all the animals of the forest come together to shield and protect a lost child until his father can take him home safely.

$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

$7.00 each
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The Birchbark House

In 1847, Omakayas is living with her extended family. Omakayas’ year is a time of growth, joy, and lessons learned.

$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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