It says it all in the title. We need to see more Indigenous superheroes to share their stories and connect with our world history.
Here are some beautifully illustrated books to help children learn about Indigenous cultures (some are even bilingual!).
Learn about the ongoing legacy of Indian residential schools in Canada with these history books, memoirs, novels, and poetry collections.
These picture books help teach about Indian Residential Schools, which is foundational to understanding Canada as it is today, including When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson and Julie Flett.
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read a genre novel by an Indigenous, First Nations, or Native American author.
Find some recent and older works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry among these older and instant classics about Indigenous people, including There There by Tommy Orange.
Explore Indigenous Futurisms by reading these 25 science fiction and fantasy books by Indigenous authors with Indigenous main characters!
Inspired by Mallory Whiteduck’s Native Literature Challenge, here's a list of great audiobooks by First Nations, Native, or Indigenous authors.
Find some excellent fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books by Native, First Nations, and Indigenous authors for this task of the 2020 Read Harder Challenge.
An introduction to the Indigenous, Canadian author Eden Robinson who writes gritty, raw fiction that is magical, hilarious, suspenseful, and moving.