Indigenous History Month

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

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Looks Like Daylight

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

Lessons from Mother Earth

A gentle, beautifully illustrated story demonstrating the First Nations' tradition of taking care of Mother Earth.

nipêhon / I Wait

A quiet, gentle story about a family working together in the Cree tradition.

nattiq and the Land of Statues

In this charming story that includes words in Inuktitut, a ringed seal returns to his Arctic home and tells his friends of his southern adventures.

Kisimi Taimaippaktut Angirrarijarani / Only in My Hometown

A celebration of a tight-knit community in the Arctic.

Grandpa's Girls

There is a wonderful blend of fun and family history in this story of a young girl's visit to a much-loved grandparent.

Idaa Trail

This is a fictional story of a modern-day canoe trip along the Idaa trail, a traditional route that the Dogrib people traveled from Great Slave Lake to Great Bear Lake.

Good for Nothing

Kicked out of residential school, a Metis teenager must try to rediscover his people's old ways and learn the truth about his father's death.

As Long as the Rivers Flow

The story of Larry Loyie's last summer before entering residential school.

A Salmon for Simon

Simon discovers that catching a salmon is more difficult than it looks in this touching story with evocative watercolor illustrations.

Alego

An enchanting and utterly authentic introduction to the life of an Inuit child and her world.

Our Voice of Fire

A wildfire of a debut memoir by internationally recognized French/Cree/Iroquois journalist Brandi Morin set to transform the narrative around Indigenous Peoples.