Native American Voices: A Reader is the third edition of a Native Studies reader from Routledge that draws from ethnography, biography, journalism, art, and poetry to familiarize students with the historical and present day experiences of Indigenous Peoples in North and South America. By drawing on the voices of Native American and First Nations scholars and artists this 520-page volume is organized according to themes such as identity, history, governance, policy, media and arts, health, education, environment, urban, and language. With readings and discussion questions, the book offers senior high school and college level students with ways to access perspectives and worldviews of Indigenous Peoples from USA, Canada and Mexico. The book includes maps, photographs, suggested websites, list of tribal colleges and Native American Studies programs at colleges and universities. Scholars included in this text include John Mohawk, Leanne Hinton, Jose Barreiro, Winona LaDuke, Jack Forbes, Heather Howard-Bobiwash, Simon Ortiz, Bruce E. Johansen, Donald Grinde, Joy Harjo, Rayna Green, Wilma Mankiller and Frances Washburn. Recommended.