Indigenous History Month

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

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Ideas to Postpone the End of the World

Ailton Krenak, renowned Indigenous activist, demonstrates that our current environmental crisis is rooted in society’s flawed concept of “humanity”.

George Johnson's War

George's cloistered life in New York changes as the War for American Independence looms and he must struggle with what it means to be half Mohawk.

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 Honey Jar

In this companion volume to The Girl From Chimel, Rigoberta Menchu returns to the world of her childhood and the ancient stories of her grandparents.

Tuk and the Whale

Told by a young Inuit boy, this story imagines what might have happened if the people of a Baffin Island winter camp had encountered European whalers.

The Red Rock

In this innovative graphic fable, author and illustrator Tomio Nitto uses comic-book technique to deliver a strong environmental message.

The Red Sash

The Red Sash is the story of a young Metis boy who lives near the fur trading post of Fort William, on Lake Superior, nearly 200 years ago.

The Huron Carol

Renowned children's book illustrator Ian Wallace brings his masterful ability to “The Huron Carol,” a beautiful and unusual song with a rich history.

Very Last First Time

A classic story of an Inuit girl's first experience going alone under the ice to collect mussels.

Tecumseh

A gorgeously illustrated biography of Tecumseh — the great Shawnee chief — published to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.

Last Leaf First Snowflake to Fall

An enchanting and evocative book about a voyage into nature by Leo Yerxa, an artist of Ojibway ancestry.