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American Indian Resources


2010 American Indian Youth Literature Awards

A Coyote Solstice Tale book cover
Author:
Thomas King, illustrated by Gary Clement
Title:

After a little girl, who is dressed like a reindeer, crashes Coyote's solstice party, she brings them to a mall where Coyote has fun shopping--until he realizes he needs to pay for everything.

Meet Christopher: An Osage Indian Boy from Oklahoma book cover
Author:
Genevieve Simermeyer, photographs by Katherine Fogden
Title:

In this fourth book in the Council Oak / Smithsonian series, My World: Young Native Americans Today, meet Christopher, an eleven-year-old Osage boy from northeast Oklahoma. Join Christopher and his family at the annual I'n-lon-shka Dances on the Osage Reservation, where they gather for outdoor feasts, dress in their traditional outfits, and dance with the entire community.

Between the Deep Blue Sea and Me: A Novel book cover
Author:
Lurline Wailana McGregor
Title:

Moana Kawelo, PhD, has a promising career as a museum curator in Los Angeles. The untimely death of her father - and the gravitational pull of Hawai'i when she returns home for his funeral - causes Moana to question her motivations and her glamorous life in California.

Contemporary American Indian Authors

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