Celebrating American Indians

2021.11.2 Native American Heritage Month2Every November, we celebrate the history and stories of Native Americans. Originally supported by Seneca Indian Dr. Arthur Parker, what started as American Indian Day in 1915 has evolved into a whole month to remember, focus on, and recount the rich history of Native Americans. To help you integrate these stories into your curriculum for the month, we've created a special edition Little Link Library with some of the most popular titles featuring Native Americans. Some are fictional stories celebrating culture and experiences while others are nonfiction and historical accounts of actual events and people. We've presented the titles by grade, so you can share the link directly with your community and students. 

For more titles, check out our virtual bookshelf from 2020.


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