Brad Wagnon

Brad Wagnon, author, and storyteller is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He taught Cherokee history, culture, and language at Tahlequah High School for ten years. Brad has a degree from Northeastern State University in Criminal Justice and Native American Studies. Brad works for Cherokee Nation Emergency Management as the Community Preparedness Coordinator. He has a passion for sharing Cherokee History and Culture with future generations and has authored four Cherokee children’s books based on traditional Cherokee stories: How the World Was Made: A Cherokee Story, The Land of the Great Turtles, and The First Fire: A Cherokee Story. Brad lives in Gideon, OK with his wife Tanya and right next door to his mom on the same property where he grew up.

Books by Brad Wagnon

A Cherokee creation story written in both Cherokee and English.
Paperback
9781939053374
$14.95
This beautiful book is a valuable educational resource for schools and libraries that adds multicultural diversity to their classrooms and collections. A necessary tool for parents and educators to introduce Cherokee children and adults to the syllabary of their native language. Pronunciation key included. For all ages.
Hardcover
9781570674228
$17.95
This Cherokee myth tells the story of how the small water spider could accomplish what larger animals could not.
Paperback
9781939053275
$14.95
A Cherokee origin story written in both Cherokee and English.
Paperback
9781939053350
$14.95