Eight books can never represent all First Nation communities, but these Indigenous middle grade novels are a great place to start.
These audiobooks with Indigenous narrators have performances that add beautiful, personal flourishes to the stories they're telling.
The beautiful art of these Indigenous graphic novels, like This Place: 150 Years Retold by various authors, make visual a history and adds to the power of their stories.
These Indigenous writers are poets, novelists, and memoirists, and write everything from history to sci-fi to fantasy.
Many fantastic Indigenous debut novels have been published in the past couple of years. Here are eight to start with.
There are simply too many amazing Indigenous poets (North American or otherwise) to capture all on one list, but here is a place to start reading, including Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz.
Read and share these excellent Indigenous and Native picture books in November and well beyond, including Fry Bread.
To celebrate the ties that bind Alaskans and Hawai'ians, here are some of the best books by Native Alaskan and Hawai'ian authors, including The Tao of Raven by Ernestine Hayes and Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen by Queen Liliuokalani.
Looking for more Indigenous horror books to read? Here are 8 of the best to keep you awake at night, including Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones. Don't blame us if you can't sleep.
Read your way into the lives of Indigenous writers with these excellent memoirs, including White Magic.