Hearts Unbroken, hardcover ed


Hearts Unbroken, by New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Leitich Smith (enrolled citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Indian Nation in Oklahoma, is a young adult novel about a school musical, friendship, romance and heartache. After breaking up with her boyfriend, Louise joins the school’s Journalism class working on the school newspaper writing stories and meets Joey. The local school musical, The Wizard of Oz, has new guidelines – to be colour-conscious – which sets in motion objections, acceptance, bullying, sexism and racism.

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Two Roads, hardcover ed


Two Roads is a historical fiction novel set in America in 1932 and narrated by 12-year old youth Cal Blackbird who is travelling across the countryside with his father. The pair calls themselves knights of the road, hobos following an ethical code, who ride the rails searching for their next meal, odd jobs, and a safe place to sleep. Renowned Abenaki author and storyteller Joseph Bruchac has crafted a remarkable tale about a father and son who are searching for a new home after the loss of Cal’s mother and their beloved family farm.

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Crazy Brave: A Memoir, paper ed


In Crazy Brave: A Memoir by Joy Harjo a leading Native American voice, details her journey to becoming a poet, artist and musician. Born in Oklahoma, the end place of the Trail of Tears, Joy Harjo grew up learning to dodge an abusive stepfather by finding shelter in her imagination, a deep spiritual life, and connection with the natural world. She attended an Indian arts boarding school, where she nourished an appreciation for painting, music, and poetry; gave birth while still a teenager; and struggled on her own as a single mother, eventually finding her poetic voice.

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Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear, paper ed


Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear is the reissue of noted storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac's 1993 edition. This anthology of legends were selected and retold by Bruchac around the theme of a boy's initiation or rite of passage ceremony. Organized around four culture regions: the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the Northwest, Bruchac explains the significance of the number four in his foreword.

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Four Wars of 1812, paper ed


Four Wars of 1812 is a 95-page book describing the War of 1812 from the perspectives of four peoples - the Americans, the British, the Canadians, and the Native Americans. Co-published by the Canadian Museum of Civilization and Douglas and McIntyre Publishers, this publications takes images and combines each with a one-page essay about a topic.

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For a Girl Becoming, hardcover ed


For a Girl Becoming by Creek poet and musician Joy Harjo is a picture book that celebrates the life stages of a girl from birth to adulthood in verse and colourful pastel illustrations. This 48-page work begins with a home birth as an extended family welcomes a new baby to the family. Both mother's and father's family bring gifts for the newborn. As the child grows and comes to new challenges and milestones her family is again encouraging her with words, blessings, and special gifts. The family offers words of knowledge as the girl grows up to be a woman of this extended family.

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Creek, The (Native American Histories), paper ed


The Creek is one of the titles in the Learner Publications series, Native American Histories. Each of the titles in this newly released series covers the basic historical and cultural traditions of the Nations being studied. Consultant for this Nation from the Southeast Culture Region was Joyce Bear, the Manager for the Cultural and Historical Preservation Office of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. This accurate and well-researched book for students in grade 3 to 6 contains numerous colour photographs as well as appropriate archival images.

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Art as Performance, Story as Criticism: Reflections on Native Literary Aesthetics, paper ed


Art as Performance, Story as Criticism: Reflections on Native Literary Aesthetics by Muskogee Creek and Cherokee literature professor Craig Womack offers a new look at Indigenous literary criticism. Using original short story and essays called musings, the author examines the literature created by Native American and First Nations authors of the past and present. Of particular interest are the essays about the works of E. Pauline Johnson and Beth Brant.

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Intermediate Creek: Mvskoke Emponvkv Hokkolat, paper ed


Intermediate Creek: Mvskoke Emponvkv Hokkolat is the next book in the series that teaches the Creek language. In addition to Beginning Creek: Mvskoke Emponvkv, the authors have developed an expanded understanding of the language that builds on the grammatical principles covered in the Beginning Creek text. This intermediate volume contains comprehensive explanations of the use of the plural subject and object noun phrases; future tense and intensive mood; commands; postpostitions and compound noun phrases; and sentences with multiple clauses.

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American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities, The, paper ed NO LONGER AVAILABLE


NO LONGER AVAILABLE American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities is the twelfth printing of Colin Calloway's 1995 publication in the Studies in North American Indian History Series published by Cambridge University Press. The historian looks at the impacts on and responses of eight First Nations communities during the time of the American Revolution. The book provides an introductory overview of this revolutionary war in Indian country.

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