Resources

 

The Legend of the White Buffalo Woman by Paul Goble

Children’s Books

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Ancestor Approved by Cynthia L. Smith

Animals of Kheya Wita by Tara Perron

Arrow to the Sun by Gerald Mcdermott

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Bowwow Powwow by Brenda Child

Buffalo Woman by Paul Goble

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Custers Last Battle by Paul Goble

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First Blade of Sweetgrass by Suzanne Greenlaw

Fry Bread by Kevin Noble Mallard

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Grasshopper Girl by Teresa Peterson

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Her Seven Brothers by Paul Goble

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I Am Not a Number by Jenny Kay Dupuis

I Sang You Down From the Stars by Tasha Spillett-Sumner

Iktomi and the Brother by Paul Goble

Iktomi and the Ducks by Paul Goble

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Josie Dances by Denise Lajimodiere

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Love Flute by Paul Goble

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Notable Native People by Adrienne Keene

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Pazahiyayewin’s Story of Bdote by Ramona Kitto-Stately

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Sky Sisters by Jan Bourdeau

Star Boy by Paul Goble

Stolen Words by Melanie Florence

Sweetest Kulu by Celina Kalluk

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Takoza by Tara Perron

Taku Wadaka He? by Joanne Zacharaias

The Boy From Pickerel Lake by Steve Barse

The Earth Made New by Paul Goble

The Forever Sky by Thomas Peacock

The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses Paperback by Paul Goble

The Lost Children by Paul Goble

The Sharing Circle: Stories About First Nations Culture by Theresa Meuse

The Women Who Lived with Wolves by Paul Goble

Thunders Hair by Jessie Taken Alive-Rencountre

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We Are All Related by Jessie Taken Alive-Rencountre

We Are Still Here! by Traci Sorell

We Are Water Protectors by Carole Lindstorm

Information for Young People

What Now?  A Guide for Young People in Nebraska’s Juvenile Court System

This guide covers information about the Child Welfare process, skills and resources necessary as the youth transition into adulthood, and a book list of resources for transition into adulthood.

Please click here for the guide.

 

Waterford Upstart

The Waterford Upstart program is an online PreK learning program that teaches children basic skills they need in reading, math, and science.  This is the first year they are piloting in Nebraska.  They will provide the program, laptop, and internet for free for eligible students.  At the end of the program, the student will keep the laptop.  The student only needs to complete 15 minutes a day, five days a week.  They are looking for 200 families in Nebraska.  Registration ends November 1, 2022.  For more information please contact Crystal Rodriguez at 915-760-0876 or at crystalrodriguez@waterford.org.

Publishers

Black Bears and Blueberries Publishing
Grassroots Indigenous Multimedia
Wiyounkihipi Productions
American Indian Library Association

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If you know of a resource and would like to share it, please contact LaToya Benally at LaToya@nicwc.org.  We’ll review it and post it on our website.

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