Indigenous Voices

Indigenous Voices

The books in this collection celebrate Indigenous Peoples in North America. These books highlight the richness of Indigenous cultures and cover a range of subject matter from family relationships to stories about hope and resilience.

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A Coyote Columbus Story

A retelling of the Christopher Columbus story from an Indigenous point of view. Thomas King uses a bag of literary tricks to shatter stereotypes.

A Coyote Solstice Tale

Trickster Coyote experiences the pitfalls of excessive consumption in this comically irreverent solstice tale.

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.

Ancient Thunder

Winner of the Governor General's Award, Ancient Thunder is a spectacular art book for anyone interested in wild horses and First Nations culture.

Arctic Adventures

These stories, drawn from the lives of four Inuit artists, offer young readers a glimpse into this rich, remote culture, past and present.

As Long as the Rivers Flow

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

Coyote Tales

Two laugh-out-loud Coyote trickster stories by award-winning author Thomas King.

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.

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.

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.