by Kevin Noble Maillard; illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal (Roaring Brook Press, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishing)
A modern Native American family shares joy, stories, and history as they come together to make fry bread.
By Christine Day (Harper)
When 12-year-old Edie wants to connect to her Native American heritage, she learns that her parents have kept much of her family history secret.
By Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, adapted by Jean Mendoza and Debbie Reese (Beacon Press)
Explore the colonization and settlement of Indigenous lands and expansion of the United States at the expense of Indigenous people through a narrative centered on the story, experiences, and perspectives of Indigenous peoples.
American Indian/Alaska Native Heritage Month
Celebrate the stories of Native Americans with these booklists from Colorín Colorado.
National Picture Book Month
Check out 30 Books for Picture Book Month from Black Children’s Books and Authors.
National Novel Writing Month
Start your novel with this “seat of your pants” approach to creative writing.
Share books from our Veterans Day Read Across America Booklist to help kids understand why we honor those who have served the United States.
Fall Children’s Book Week
The beloved annual celebration marks its 101st anniversary.
Geography Awareness Week
Start with a Book and take your readers places!
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