Amplifying Native Voices

Feature Partner Native Voices

In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Native American Heritage Month (U.S.) I would like to feature 7th Generation Native Voices Books, one of our partners. It is inspiring to work with a publisher “dedicated to publishing quality fiction and nonfiction titles for children and young adults;” furthermore, supporting and collaborating with “American Indian authors [who] provide cultural accuracy and exciting contemporary content showcasing the diversity of Native American Nations and Canadian Indigenous people.” You can read more about them by following the imbedded links in this newsletter. I invite you to browse the dozens of titles in our Native American Books section of the Waldorf Books store. You will find many stories, legends, and biographies from indigenous tribes across the U.S. and Canada like the ones below:

Stories About Native Peoples and Titles by Native Authors

A River Ran Wild: An Environmental History

Native American Songs and Poems: An Anthology

Pathfinders Series: Standing Strong

Walking Two Worlds: Hardcover

Deer Dance: Yaqui Legends of Life

Sacred Song of the Hermit Thrush

Fingerweaving Basics

The First Fire: A Cherokee Story


Shop More Diversity Titles HERE


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Third Grade Block Four: Origin & Creation Stories, Herbs, House Building and More…

Fourth Grade Block Five: Local Geography, Native Cultures & More

Fourth Grade Block Six: Native American Culture/Crafts & Language/Grammar Block

Fourth Grade Native American Block

Fifth Grade North American Culture Block

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