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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niwîcihâw / I Help

A simple and beautifully illustrated story in Cree and English about a young child picking rosehips in the woods with his grandmother.

niwîcihâw / Moi, j'aide

Cette histoire simple, en cri et en français, explore la relation entre un jeune enfant et sa grand-mère lors d’une marche qu’ils font ensemble dans le bois pour cueillir des fruits d’églantier.

Once in a Blue Moon

A book that will inspire readers to connect more deeply with the natural world.

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.

Parfois je suis un renard

Dans cette introduction enjouée à la tradition anichinabée des animaux totems, de jeunes enfants expliquent pourquoi ils ou elles s’identifient à différents animaux tels que les cerfs, castors ou orignaux.

Shi-shi-etko

A gently moving and poetic account of a child who finds solace all around her even though she is on the verge of great loss.

Shin-chi's Canoe

Shi-shi-etko is about to return to residential school, but this time she is not alone — her six-year-old brother, Shin-chi, is going, too.

Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox

Children’s love for animals and disguise come together in this award-winning introduction to the Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals.

Sometimes I Feel Like a River

Following the huge success of Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox, this companion book is a lyrical celebration of our relationship to the natural world.

Tecumseh

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

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.

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.