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Children's Books and Teaching Materials

Last Updated 03-Apr-04

  • KEEPERS OF THE ANIMALS: Native American Stories and Wildlife Activities for Children. Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing, 1-55591-088-2. Teacher's Guide and Audio Cassette also available.
  • KEEPERS OF THE EARTH: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children. Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing, 1-55591-027-0. Teacher's Guide and Audio Cassette also available.
  • KEEPERS OF LIFE: Discovering Plants Through Native American Stories and Earth Activities for Children. Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing, Teacher's Guide and Audio Cassette also available.
  • KEEPERS OF THE NIGHT: Native American Stories and Nocturnal Activities for Children. Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing.
  • NATIVE AMERICAN GARDENING: Stories, Projects, and Recipes For Families. Michael J. Caduto & Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing, 1996, 1-55591-148-X.
  • THE ARROW OVER THE DOOR. Joseph Bruchac, Dial Books, 1998, 0-8037-2078-5
  • THE HEART OF A CHIEF. Joseph Bruchac, Dial Books, 1998, 0-8037-2276-1.
  • DOG PEOPLE: Native Dog Stories. Joseph Bruchac, Fulcrum Publishing, 1995, 1-55591-228-1
  • EAGLE SONG. Joseph Bruchac, Puffin Books, 1997, 0-14-130169-4
  • MUSKRAT WILL BE SWIMMING. Cheryl Savageau, Northland Publishing, 1996, 0-87358-604-2
  • THE PENOBSCOT. Jill Duvall, Childrens Press, 1993, 0-516-01194-4
  • THE ALGONQUIANS. Patricia Ryon Quiri, A First Book, Franklin Watts, 1992, 0-531-15633-8
  • THE ABENAKI. Elaine Landau, A First Book, Franklin Watts, 1996, 0-531-15782-2
  • THE MICMAC: How Their Ancestors Lived Five Hundred Years Ago. Ruth Holmes Whitehead and Harold McGee, Nimbus Publishing Limited, 1983, 0-920852-21-1.
  • THE WABANAKIS OF MAINE AND THE MARITIMES: A resource book about Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, Micmac and Abenaki Indians - with lesson plans for grades 4 through 8. Maine Indian Program of American Friends Service Committee, 1989 (includes language record).  AFSC Website  COMMERCIAL SITE 
  • TAPENUM'S DAY: A Wampanoag Indian Boy in Pilgrim Times. Kate Waters, Scholastic, 0-590-20238-3
  • 1621 A NEW LOOK AT THANKSGIVING. Catherine O'Neil Grace & Margaret M. Bruchac with Plimouth Plantation, National Geographic Society, 2001, 0-7922-7157-2. (Ages 8-12)
  • WHY THE LOON CALLS: A Micmac-Passamaquoddy Indian Legend. Retold by Ellen M. Dolan, Milliken Publishing Company, 1987, 0-88335-585-X.
  • HOW TWO-FEATHER WAS SAVED FROM LONELINESS. C.J. Taylor, Tundra Books, 1990, 0-88776-314-6
  • DEUX PLUMES ET LA SOLITUDE DISPARUE. C.J. Taylor, Tundra Books, 1990, 0-88776-314-6 (French version)
  • LITTLE FIREFLY; An Algonquian Legend, adapted by Terri Cohlene, Watermill Press, 1990, 0-86593-005-8.
  • BLAZING BEAR, Sis Boulos Deans, Windswept House Publishers, 1992, 0-932433-94-4.
  • ANCIENT & LIVING CULTURE STENCILS: Northern Woodland Indians. GoodYearBooks, 1995, 0-673-36256-6. (ages 8 & up)
  • THE SIGN OF THE BEAVER. Elizabeth G. Speare, Dell Publishing Co., 1983, 0-440-77900-0.
  • ENEMY IN THE FORT. Sarah Masters Buckey, American Girl History Mysteries, 2001, 1-58485-306-9
  • SWORD OF THE WILDERNESS. Elizabeth Coatsworth, Macmillan, 1936. (Grade 7 & up)
  • THE MATCHLOCK GUN. Walter D. Edmonds, Dodd Mead & Co, 1941. (Grade 4-6)
  • FIVE KIDNAPPED INDIANS. Anne Molloy, Hastings House, 1968. (Grade 6-9)
  • CALICO CAPTIVE. Elizabeth G. Speare, Houghton Mifflin, 1973. (Grade 7-9)
  • CAPTURED BY THE ABNAKIS. Clem Philbrook, Hastings House, 1966. (Grade 4-6)
  • WOODLANDS INDIANS Coloring Book, Peter Copeland, Dover Publications, 1995, 0-486-28621-5