NC Indigenous Book Series

Here you can find and access all of the books featured in our Indigenous book social media series.
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A Walk on the Tundra
A Walk on the Tundra
Saga, Novels, The Fosters, Genre Fiction, Fiction, Literature, Book 1, Fantasy Series, Middle Grade Fantasy
The Barren Grounds by David A Robertson
Social Media, Books, Thoughts, Parents, Book Series, Parenting, Make Sense, Author, Series
Haywaas’ Question: What Is Reconciliation?
Marvel, Seal, All Aboard, Ocean, Boat, Arctic Ocean, Sea, Six Nations
Sea Snooze
Dance, Night Skies, Northern Lights, Reading, Night Time, Northern Nights, Bedtime Prayer, Moon, Night
In the Sky at Nighttime by Laura Deal
Education, Audiobooks, Survival, Audio Books, Resources, Staying Alive
How I Survived: Four Nights on the Ice
Songs, Summer, Tales, Adventure Story, Favorite Things List, Folk Tales, Bedtime Stories
The Song That Called Them Home by David A Robertson
Roman, Michele, Quebec, Livres, Cultural Differences, Coin Lectures, Expressions
Kukum
Hiawatha, American Heritage, First Nations, Good Books, Peacemaker, David Shannon, Great Stories, Native American
Hiawatha and the Peacemaker
The nine stories in this collection span all traditional topics of science fiction. Taylor's Indigenous perspective draws fresh parallels, likening the cultural implications of alien contact to those of the arrival of Europeans in the Americas. Take Us to Your Chief is the perfect mesh of nostalgically 1950s-esque science fiction with modern Indigenous discourse. Science Fiction, Fantasy Books, Perspective, Inspiration, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury
“Take Us to Your Chief: And Other Stories” by Drew Hayden Taylor
The nine stories in this collection span all traditional topics of science fiction. Taylor's Indigenous perspective draws fresh parallels, likening the cultural implications of alien contact to those of the arrival of Europeans in the Americas. Take Us to Your Chief is the perfect mesh of nostalgically 1950s-esque science fiction with modern Indigenous discourse.
This week we are featuring the Indigenous picture book “I Hope” by Monique Gray Smith. Using simple but powerful statements, Monique Gray Smith delivers a touching message about loving, nurturing and wishing the best for our children. Paired with Gabrielle Grimard's warm and enchanting illustrations, the message in “I Hope” will resonate with all parents, grandparents and caregivers. #indigenous #inquiry #outdooreducation #novel #reading #literacy People, Young People
I Hope by Monique Gray Smith
This week we are featuring the Indigenous picture book “I Hope” by Monique Gray Smith. Using simple but powerful statements, Monique Gray Smith delivers a touching message about loving, nurturing and wishing the best for our children. Paired with Gabrielle Grimard's warm and enchanting illustrations, the message in “I Hope” will resonate with all parents, grandparents and caregivers. #indigenous #inquiry #outdooreducation #novel #reading #literacy
This week we are featuring the Indigenous Novel “ Empty Spaces” by Jordan Abel. Engaging the land through fiction and metaphor, the successive chapters of Empty Spaces move toward an eerie, looping, and atmospheric rendering of place that evolves despite the violent and reckless histories of North America. The result is a bold and profound new vision of history that decenters human perception and forgoes Westernized ways of seeing. Worth Reading, Book Worth Reading, Empty Spaces, Empty
Empty Spaces By Jordan Abel
This week we are featuring the Indigenous Novel “ Empty Spaces” by Jordan Abel. Engaging the land through fiction and metaphor, the successive chapters of Empty Spaces move toward an eerie, looping, and atmospheric rendering of place that evolves despite the violent and reckless histories of North America. The result is a bold and profound new vision of history that decenters human perception and forgoes Westernized ways of seeing.
This week we are featuring the Indigenous picture book “The Origin of Day and Night” by Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt. In this Inuit tale, the actions of a hare and a fox change the Arctic forever by creating day and night. Passed orally from storyteller to storyteller for hundreds of years, this beautifully illustrated story weaves together elements of an origin story and a traditional animal tale. Mythology, Readers
The Origin of Day and Night
This week we are featuring the Indigenous picture book “The Origin of Day and Night” by Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt. In this Inuit tale, the actions of a hare and a fox change the Arctic forever by creating day and night. Passed orally from storyteller to storyteller for hundreds of years, this beautifully illustrated story weaves together elements of an origin story and a traditional animal tale.