Gary Robinson

Award-winning writer and filmmaker Gary Robinson (Choctaw/Cherokee descent) has worked most of his life to create Indigenous content in dozens of Indigenous educational, informational, and documentary television projects. He is the author of sixteen books, including eight books for teens in the PathFinders series. Gary lives in Santa Ynez, California.

Books by Gary Robinson

A confidence-building book for young girls, particularly those from a diverse community or heritage.
Hardcover
9781939053343
$17.95 USD
After surviving a lightning strike, Cherokee teen Billy Buckhorn discovers he has supernatural powers.
Paperback
9781939053077
$9.95 USD
Billy Buckhorn’s adventures continue when he survives being struck by lightning.
Paperback
9781939053084
$9.95 USD
Awakened after untold centuries, the serpent Uktena wanders the land in search of the two ancient stones that, together, will give him limitless power—and only Billy Buckhorn and his friend Chigger can stop him.
Paperback
9781939053121
$9.95 USD
A Native teen rebels against his father's wishes for him to play football and follow the path of his older football-hero brother. Instead, he joins a Choctaw stickball team and follows his own path.
Paperback
9781939053022
$9.95 USD
Biographies of Native Americans who tell their stories in film and on TV will inspire young people in the fields of entertainment and production.
Paperback
9781939053312
$9.95 USD
An innovative retelling of the classic Christmas tale, this full-color book takes a whimsical look at what Christmas Eve might be like for an American Indian family.
Hardcover
9781939053305
$14.95 USD
Native American Twelve Days of Christmas delightfully adapts the traditional English Christmas carol with items and traditions found in many Native American tribes.
Hardcover
9781939053459
$17.95 USD
When fifteen-year-old Mark Centeno goes to live on the Chumash Reservation, he's obsessed with surfing, but before long he's captivated by something he's never considered much—his Native heritage.
Paperback
9781939053046
$9.95 USD
When a suicidal Native American teen leaves her reservation to join a large-scale oil-pipeline protest, she gets caught up in a dangerous situation and goes through a life-changing transformation that sets her on a new path to become a Water Protector.
Paperback
9781939053220
$9.95 USD
A middle-school Native boy deals with the loss of his father by attending a summer survival camp.
Paperback
9781939053008
$9.95 USD
A young Native teen is forced to deal with being partially paralyzed as the result of a car accident caused when the drivers were texting.
Paperback
9781939053015
$9.95 USD