Kim Sigafus

Kim Sigafus is an award-winning Ojibwa writer and photographer whose family is from the White Earth Reservation in northwest Minnesota. She is an Illinois Humanities Road Scholar and gives presentations on Native harvest, history, and music. She coauthored two award-winning books: Native Writers: Voices of Power and Native Elders: Sharing Their Wisdom. Sigafus is also the author of three PathFinders novels for reluctant readers: Nowhere to Hide, Autumn’s Dawn, and Finding Grace. She resides with her husband in Freeport, Illinois.

Books by Kim Sigafus

A Native girl struggles with becoming who she thinks she should be and accepting who she really is.
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9781939053251
$9.95
After leaving his family when experiencing marital problems, Autumn Dawn’s father is back living at home, taking care of Autumn's mother, who was in a horrible accident. Can Autumn find the grace within herself to forgive her father and trust him once again?
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9781939053299
$9.95
The inspirational biographies of twelve Native elders who pass along invaluable stories and wisdom.
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9780977918362
$9.95
An inspiring look at ten powerful Native writers who challenged stereotypes and told history and stories from a perspective often silenced.
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9780977918386
$9.95
A coming-of-age story about a bullied Native American teen who's navigating her way through high school while dealing with learning disabilities and a dysfunctional mother.
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9781939053213
$9.95
Sydney was a bully at her old school, but when she moves to a new school, the roles are reversed, and she becomes the person who is bullied.
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9781939053381
$9.95
Sydney is slowly adjusting to her new school and is not being bullied as much, but her gay friend is not so lucky. When a punch aimed at her friend, mistakenly hits Sydney in the face, everyone is surprised at her reaction.
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9781939053428
$9.95