Our intention is to acquire and make available ALL picture books featuring indigenous people and people of color published in the U.S. since 2002, including reprints. Inclusion of a title in the collection DOES NOT EQUAL recommendation. See our related readings page for suggested links for evaluating books.
"Who were the Aztecs? Why did they build their temples? When did they discover chocolate? And what was daily life like in Mesoamerica? Find out in this fact-filled book, with map and timeline, which makes 500 years of history visible at a glance"--Back cover
An account, told in the words of one participant, of the difficulties and wonders that were part of the Lewis and Clark expedition to explore the land obtained as part of the Louisiana Purchase
Presents the history of British Columbia through haiku, exploring the land's Native American history, the age of exploration, its industrial history, and the land's cultural heritage
"Rodeo riders are honored athletes--skilled, smart, and tough. It takes brains, muscles, and a lot of practice to wrestle a racing steer to the ground or stay on top of a bucking, twisting bronco. Rodeo is the number-one most exciting sport out West. Not so sure? Take a look"-- Provided by publisher
The story of Julie-Ann André, a Canadian ranger, mother, hunter, trapper, business owner, and student. She shares her family's story and that of her land, Khaii Luk, the place of winter fish
Inuujaq learns about local plants while walking on the tundra with her grandmother
An introduction to the lives of Lewis and Clark and to the exploratory expedition they led from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean in the early nineteenth century