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Award-winning books for a variety of ages about American Indians and Canadian First Nations. Native Trailblazer biographies deliver inspirational stories to students about contemporary Native people. The PathFinders hi-lo novels for struggling readers engage and captivate students with relatable characters and gripping stories with plots driven by Native teenage protagonists. All 7th Generation books are written by Native authors to ensure accuracy.

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Danny Blackgoat, Dangerous Passage
By (author): Tim Tingle
ISBN: 9781939053152
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 120
Price: $9.95
Following the Navajo Long Walk of 1863, Danny Blackgoat risks his life to rescue his family from imprisonment at Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
Native Men of Courage
By (author): Vincent Schilling
ISBN: 9781939053169
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 118
Price: $9.95
This is an inspiring book for Native American youth about contemporary, courageous men who have made a difference in their communities.
The Long Run
By (author): Joseph Bruchac
ISBN: 9781939053091
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 116
Price: $9.95
A fast-paced teen novel that addresses bullying and the risks runaway teens face.
Native Athletes in Action!
By (author): Vincent Schilling
ISBN: 9781939053145
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 128
Price: $9.95
The stories of thirteen Native professional athletes who with determination and education, became leaders in their sports.
Fire Fight
By (author): Jacqueline Guest
ISBN: 9781939053114
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 128
Price: $9.95
Far away from home in Banff, Alberta, runaway Native teen Kai Hunter assumes a false identity and does her best to build a new life—while not getting burned by her own lies.
Billy Buckhorn Supranormal
By (author): Gary Robinson
ISBN: 9781939053121
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 128
Price: $9.95
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.
Billy Buckhorn Paranormal
By (author): Gary Robinson
ISBN: 9781939053084
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 120
Price: $9.95
Billy Buckhorn’s adventures continue when he survives being struck by lightning.
Walking Two Worlds
By (author): Joseph Bruchac   Illustrated by: David Kanietakeron Fadden
ISBN: 9781939053107
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 120
Price: $9.95
A historical fiction based on the early education of Seneca leader Ely Parker.
No Name
By (author): Tim Tingle
ISBN: 9781939053060
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 168
Price: $9.95
A Choctaw Native teen hides from his abusive father in a spot he hopes his father won’t find.
Billy Buckhorn Abnormal
By (author): Gary Robinson
ISBN: 9781939053077
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 172
Price: $9.95
After surviving a lightning strike, Cherokee teen Billy Buckhorn discovers he has supernatural powers.
Native Elders: Sharing Their Wisdom
By (author)s: Kim Sigafus, Lyle Ernst
ISBN: 9780977918362
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 112
Price: $9.95
The inspirational biographies of twelve Native elders who pass along invaluable stories and wisdom.
Son Who Returns
By (author): Gary Robinson
ISBN: 9781939053046
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Pages: 120
Price: $9.95
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.
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