Here is a listing of some of our adult Indigenous books.
- Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Understanding the World through Stories, edited by Jill Doerfler, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Heidi Kiiwetinpinesiik Stark
- Chippewa Customs by Frances Densmore
- Coyote Medicine: Lessons from Native American Healing by Lewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D.
- Crazy Dave and Th!nk Indian: Languages are Beyond Price by Basil Johnston
- For King and Kanata by Timothy C. Winegard
- The Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom by Thomas Peacock
- From Wooden Ploughs to Welfare: Why Indian Policy Failed in the Prairie Provinces by Helen Buckley
- Hidden in Plain Sight: Contributions of Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Identity and Culture, edited by David R. Newhouse, Cora J. Voyageur, and Dan Beavon
- Invisible Women: WW II Aboriginal Servicewomen in Canada by Grace Poulin
- The Ojibwa Dance Drum: its History and Construction by Thomas Vennum
- Medicine Walk and Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese
- Te Bwe Win: Truth by Ron Geyshick
- Treaty No.9: Making the Agreement to Share the Land in Far Northern Ontario in 1905 by John S. Long
- Where the Pavement Ends: Canada's Aboriginal Recovery Movement and the Urgent Need for Reconciliation by Marie Wadden
You can find more in our online Catalogue under:
*For more information on the assigned subject headings, please refer to Library and Archives Canada's Canadian Subject Headings.
If you're looking for Children's Materials, check out our KidsOnline Catalogue's Picture-It! First Nations resources.
First Nations Communities Read is is an annual reading program launched in 2003 by the First Nations public library community in Ontario. First Nation Communities Read selected and other recommended titles:
- encourage family literacy, intergenerational storytelling, and intergenerational information sharing;
- are written and/or illustrated by, or otherwise involve the participation of a First Nation, Métis, or Inuit creator;
- contain First Nation, Métis, or Inuit content produced with the support of First Nation, Métis, or Inuit advisers/consultants or First Nation, Métis, or Inuit endorsement.
Indigenous Literary Studies Association (ILSA) - The Indigenous Literary Studies Association invites you to be a part of the growing field of Indigenous Literary Arts in all forms.
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) - The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association is an interdisciplinary, international membership-based organization, comprised of scholars working in the fields of Native American and Indigenous Studies, broadly defined.
Native American Literature Symposium - The Native American Literature Symposium is organized by an independent group of Indigenous scholars committed to making a place where Native voices can be heard.