Books in category Poetry – Native American

  • Follow the Blackbirds

    Follow the Blackbirds
    Gwen Nell Westerman

    Grounded in vivid story and memory, Westerman draws on both English and the Dakota language to celebrate the long journey along sunflower-lined highways of the tallgrass prairies of the Great Plains that returns her to a place filled with …

  • Ennui and the New Canoe

    Ennui and the New Canoe
    Pamela Lillian Valemont

    A story that reminds children not to waste their talents, or undervalue themselves. Expressed poetically through unique Australian slang, this tale will encourage children to believe in themselves, be true to their own identity.

  • Creative Alliances

    Creative Alliances
    Molly McGlennen

    Through this work McGlennen reveals how poetry becomes a tool for navigating through the dislocations of urban life, disenrollment, diaspora, migration, and queer identities.

  • The Native Americans Who Changed the World Biography Kids Children s United States Biographies

    The Native Americans Who Changed the World – Biography Kids | Children’s United States Biographies
    Baby Professor

    A long time ago, people looked on the Native Americans because they had a rather peculiar way of living.

  • A Wife Is a Hope Chest

    A Wife Is a Hope Chest
    Christine Brandel

    This is a poet’s poetry collection, even as it is a volume that invites any reader to become infected with its unforgettable imagery, pointed humor, and dark charm.

  • Custodire la Terra

    Custodire la Terra
    Stefano Fusi

    Ci dicono che insieme a loro possiamo re-imparare la via dell’armonia con il cosmo e il Pianeta. Diventando custodi della Terra e tornando all’armonia con la creazione.

  • We Never Speak of It

    We Never Speak of It
    Jana Harris

    This series of interconnected dramatic monologues illustrates the true stories of frontier women and children who were stranded on and settled along the trails to the West.

  • Raven s Children

    Raven’s Children
    Jacques L. Condor

    The author prefers not to call this collection 'poetry,' but in one way that is what this book is: poetry. Here then is a sort of poetry where stories of life's experiences are distilled into feelings and thoughts that are universal.

  • Mare e cenere

    Mare e cenere
    Giacomo Marcou

    C'è un punto dove il mare s'incontra con la terra, acqua a spegnere il fuoco di tutta una vita.

  • The Land We Dreamed

    The Land We Dreamed
    Joe Survant

    This is storytelling at its best." Exploring the pre-Columbian and frontier history of the commonwealth, The Land We Dreamed is the final installment in the poet's trilogy on rural Kentucky.

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