Princess Fred never seems to do anything right, but now she must save the day.
Shows how to incorporate the ancient practice of smudging, or the burning of herbs or incense, for healing and prayer in your daily life.
Some tales need to be told.
Features Indigenous use of plants in ceremonies to heal physical and spiritual ailments, along with the description and meaning of 14 significant plants.
An insight into how the leaders of early American feminism received their inspiration and vision of equality.
Diane "Honey" Jacobson's latest book is an important comment about First Nations efforts to save the salmon and her personal youthful journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life.
A historical account of Chief Seattle’s people, the Suquamish, from precontact time to the present, based on tribal archives, oral history and museum photographs.
Learn the healing use of Eastern Woodland plants from a Native American root doctor and herbalist.
The heroic story of an ordinary woman who saved the day.
Shaira loves the wonderful Indian foods her grandmother prepares. But afraid her school friends will think them strange, Shaira hides her lunch everyday. Treasure for Lunch is a celebration one’s heritage.
Mr. Elliot has a secretóhe can't read.
Chronicles the origin and ideals of the Iroquois Confederacy and their impact on history.
A school project undertaken by the students of the Indian Way School at Akwesasne captures the historical and spiritual significance of Wampum Belts.