Pueblo Girls - Growing Up in Two Worlds is a photo essay about the lives of two contemporary Pueblo girls who live in New Mexico at San Ildefonso Pueblo. Ten-year-old Sonja Roybal and her eight-year-old sister Desiree enjoy the activities of any preteen growing up in America. They ride bicycles, play video games, enjoy basketball and cheerleading, and play with their Barbies. A major difference is their culture.
Southwest Indian Cookbook: Pueblo and Navajo contains 90 recipes collected from traditional Pueblo and Navajo cooks by Marcia Keegan. The author has adapted these mouthwatering recipes for use in any American or Canadian kitchen. This cookbook is more than a collection of recipes. Marcia Keegan has worked as a photojournalist in the American Southwest and has interwoven text and colour photographs with each recipe. The sacred nature of food and its preparation among the Navajo and Pueblo is made clear with the inclusion of appropriate facts and quotations.