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American Indian Families (True Books: American Indians) by Jay Miller
American Indian Festivals (True Books: American Indians) by Jay Miller
American Indian Foods (True Books: American Indians) by Jay Miller
American Indian Games (True Books: American Indians) by Jay Miller
The Apache (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Arapaho (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Aztec (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Blackfoot (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Cherokee (True Books : American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Cheyenne (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Chippewa (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Choctaw (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Comanche (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Crow (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Hopi (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Inca (True Books: American Indians) by Stefanie Takacs
The Inuit (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Inuit (True Books: Native Americans) by Kevin Cunningham
The Iroquois (True Books: American Indians) by Stefanie Takacs
The Lakota Sioux (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Maya (True Books: American Indians) by Stefanie Takacs
The Navajo (True Books: American Indians) by Andrew Santella
The Nez Perce (True Books: American Indians) by Stefanie Takacs
The Pueblo (True Books: American Indians) by Alice K. Flanagan
The Seminole (True Books: American Indians) by Stefanie Takacs
The Shawnee (True Books: American Indians) by Alice K. Flanagan
The Shoshone (True Books: American Indians) by Christin Ditchfield
The Utes (True Books: American Indians) by Alice K. Flanagan
The Wampanoags (True Books: American Indians) by Alice K. Flanagan
The Zunis (True Books: American Indians) by Alice K. Flanagan

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Recommendations

  1. The Cheyenne (New True Books: Native Americans) by Dennis B. Fradin (1988)
  2. The Apache (True Books: Native Americans) by Mark Friedman (2011)
  3. Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here) by Russell Peters (1992)
  4. Life in a Longhouse Village by Bobbie Kalman (2001)
  5. The Mission Indians of California by Sonia Bleeker (1958)
  6. Children of Native America Today by Yvonne Wakim Dennis (2003)
  7. Pueblo Boy: Growing Up in Two Worlds by Marcia Keegan (1991)
  8. The Hopi Indians (Junior Library of American Indians) by Bryan P. Sears (1994)
  9. Ka∙ha∙si and the Loon: An Eskimo Legend by Terri Cohlene (1990)
  10. The Iroquois (First Book) by Craig A. Doherty (1989)
  11. A Day in Oraibi a Hopi Indian Village by Harry C. James (1963)
  12. A Picture Book of Jesse Owens by David A. Adler (1992)
  13. The Shawnee Indians (Native Peoples) by Joanne Mattern (2001)
  14. Stephannie and the Coyote in Navajo and English by Jack L. Crowder (2004)
  15. Native Artists of North America (Rainbow Warrior Artists) by Reavis Moore (1993)

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