Northeastern Woodland

$17.00 each
+

Dream Catcher

Flute songs and chants of the Northern Plains.

$9.00 each
+

Eagle Feather – An Honour

A young Ojibwa boy grows up with his grandfather’s teachings and learns the values of life.

$5.00 each
+

Eagle Song

A fourth-grade Mohawk youngster relocates from the reservation to Brooklyn, and learns to deal with the racial taunting she faces.

$15.00 each
+

Earth Elder Stories

These stories tell how Earth Elder’s people lived on the land in the 1800s and survived a smallpox and flu epidemic, among other hardships.

$10.00 each
+

Eat, Run, and Live Healthy

Part of the Caring For Me series. Children learn about feeding our bodies with healthful food and keeping our bodies moving.

$15.00 each
+

Elderberry Flute Song: Contemporary Coyote Tales

In these 56 poems and stories, Coyote is the comic, the amoral, and the obscene.

$17.00 each
+

Alnobak

Traditional and original songs in Abenaki and English.

$17.00 each
+

Circle (Keith Secola)

Considered a legendary recording due to the song NDN Kars, universally considered to be the Native American pop anthem.

$11.00 each
+

Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Mouth

Little Tony learns about keeping his eyes, ears, nose and mouth healthy. Part of the Caring For Me series.

$10.00 each
+

Ghost Dance: New and Selected Poems

These moving, lyrical poems are stories of life and songs of resistance.

$9.00 each

Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message

Chief Swamp's adaptation for children of the thanksgiving address, which acknowledges and thanks all aspects of Creation.

$11.00 each
+

Goose Girl

10-year-old Marie has a special bond with the geese, given to her for a purpose.

$8.00 each
+

Gracias te Damos: Una Ofrenda de los Nativos Americanos al Amanecer de Cada Día

Chief Swamp's adaptation for children of the thanksgiving address, which acknowledges and thanks all aspects of Creation.

$12.00 each
+

Greetings and Thanks to the Natural World - POSTER

Honors the universal message of gratitude and thanksgiving in eleven hand-lettered and watercolor-illustrated panels.

$25.00 each
+

Harold of Orange

In Northern Minnesota, an intrepid little group, led by Harold Sinseer, is determined to reclaim their land from the white man.

$10.00 each
+

Hidden Roots

This new edition of one of Bruchac’s most important novels includes historical context for the story and discussion questions.

$14.00 each
+

Honour the Sun

Written in seasonal journal form, this story covers six years in the life of a child growing into womanhood on a small Ontario reserve in the 1960s.

$7.00 each
+

How Chipmunk Got His Stripes

The Bruchacs’ rendition of this old story of how little Brown Squirrel becomes Chipmunk just jumps off the pages.

$11.00 each
+

I Can’t Have Bannock But the Beaver Has a Dam

A recipe for bannock follows the story, so children and their parents or teachers can read a story and have a snack together.

$20.00 each
+

Jim Northrup: With Reservations

In this wild ride of a documentary, viewers accompany Northrup as he travels across Indian Country.

Results 21 - 40 of 112