Indigenous History Month

Books to add to your reading list this June and beyond.

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Noopiming

Award-winning Nishnaabeg storyteller and writer Leanne Betasamosake Simpson returns with a bold reimagination of the novel.

This Accident of Being Lost

A knife-sharp collection of stories and songs from award-winning Nishnaabeg storyteller and writer Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.

The Truth About Stories

In his 2003 CBC Massey Lectures, award-winning author Thomas King explores how stories shape who we are and how we understand and interact with other people.

Seven Fallen Feathers

The shocking true story of seven young Indigenous students who were found dead in a northern Ontario city over the span of seven years.

All Our Relations

Tanya Talaga, the author of Seven Fallen Feathers, calls attention to an urgent global humanitarian crisis among Indigenous Peoples — youth suicide.

The Outside Circle

A graphic novel about two brothers surrounded by poverty and gang violence trying to overcome centuries of historic trauma.

Laughing with the Trickster

NDN Coping Mechanisms

The follow-up collection from Griffin Poetry Prize–winning poet Billy-Ray Belcourt is a provocative, powerful, and genre-bending new work.

The Girl from Chimel

Nobel Peace Prize winner and noted Maya activist Rigoberta Menchú Tum brings the world of her childhood vividly to life in this illustrated memoir.

Looks Like Daylight

Author Deborah Ellis travels across the continent, interviewing more than forty Native American kids and letting them tell their own stories.

P'ésk'a and the First Salmon Ceremony

Set 1,000 years ago, this is the story of how P'ésk'a’s people, the Sts'ailes, celebrate the first salmon of the season.

Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh / This Is How I Know - Braille Edition

This Braille edition consists of the original images and text with Braille overlays added by hand. Each edition is made on demand, and Groundwood Books is selling this edition at cost.