Gale Courey Toensing
2/24/14
The irresistible young Native heroine in a new novel for young readers will provide a model for students who are facing the challenges of leaving home to attend college far from th...
ICTMN Staff
2/9/14
Mysticism, science fiction and tragedy mark the 2014 American Indian Youth Literature Awards from the American Indian Library Association, with Tomson Highway, Joseph Bruchac and T...

Through child’s eye and camera lens, the Cheyenne River Reservation will be brought to life through photographs and c

Debbie Reese
12/19/13
A few days ago, a certain Fox news anchor declared that Santa Claus is white. Her words, naturally, created an uproar. And of course, she is wrong! Santa comes in many guises...

This graphic novel, edited by Tom Pomplun, is an anthology that combines traditional stories, myths, histories, jokes

Suzette Brewer
11/27/13
Louise Erdrich and Joy Harjo were among nearly half a dozen Native American winners of the 34th annual American Book Awards, awarded at the Miami International Book Festival on Nov...
Debbie Reese
11/19/13
It’s November, a time of year that many parents, teachers, and librarians look forward to giving children books about what is commonly—and erroneously—called “The First Thanksgivin...
Jenni Monet
11/17/13
“The woman in front of me was in no shape to be on television.” With these words Hattie Kauffman opens her book Falling Into Place: A Memoir of Overcoming (Baker Books, 2013)...
Hans Tammemagi
10/15/13
With a long and decorated career, writer Thomas King looks back on the conversations he has been having with himself and others for most of his adult life about what it means to be...
Hans Tammemagi
10/14/13
Indians are most "inconvenient" when they are … alive...

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