• Chenoo


    Bruchac, Joseph

    Poet, dreamer and wisecracking Penacook private eye Jacob ‘Podjo’ Neptune investigates the mysterious (and possibly supernatural) death of a pair of native activists involved in the takeover of Abenaki Island.

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  • Future Home of the Living God

    Future Home of the Living God

    Erdrich, Louise

    Born on an Ojibwe reservation and adopted by a couple who prioritized a connection to her tribal roots, Cedar is 26, single, pregnant—and living in a dystopian near-future in which evolution appears to be reversing. On the run from oppressive authorities who want her unborn child, Cedar must decide who to trust: the father of her child, her missing adoptive parents, or her tribal family.

    Format: Book

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  • In the Night of Memory

    In the Night of Memory

    Grover, Linda LeGarde

    Grover returns to the fictional Mozhay Point Reservation of her previous award-winning books in this story of Azure and Rain, two young girls who have been given up for adoption by their mother. The girls experience love and loss on their years-long journey home to their Mozhay family and possible reconciliation.

    Format: Book

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  • Where the Dead Sit Talking

    Where the Dead Sit Talking

    Hobson, Brandon

    Newly adopted 15-year-old Cherokee Sequoyah finds an uncanny bond with his fellow native foster sibling Rosemary, even as their largely unsupervised lives gradually spiral toward a very dark place.

    Format: Book

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  • Betrayal at the Buffalo Ranch

    Betrayal at the Buffalo Ranch

    Hoklotubbe, Sara Sue

    Sadie Walela is outraged when she learns that her new neighbors at Buffalo Ranch are offering rich tourists the chance to kill buffalo for fun. When a murder occurs at the ranch, Sadie and her love interest, a deputy sheriff, team up to expose a violent criminal underworld.

    Format: Book

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  • Savage Conversations

    Savage Conversations

    Howe, LeAnne

    Howe exposes the connection between the 1875 institutionalization of Mary Todd Lincoln and the 1862 hanging of 38 Dakotas—the largest mass execution in United States history—in a novel that challenges conventional historical narratives.

    Format: Book

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  • The Only Good Indians

    The Only Good Indians

    Jones, Stephen Graham

    This American Indian horror story of revenge begins when four men from the Blackfeet Nation kill a mysterious pregnant elk on forbidden hunting ground. Years later, they are still haunted by the elk’s death and end up in a desperate struggle for their lives.

    Format: Book

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  • Dirty Copper

    Dirty Copper

    Northrup, Jim

    1967: Anishinaabe soldier Luke Warmwater returns to the Reservation after serving in Vietnam only to encounter racist coworkers in his new job as a county police officer. Luke must navigate enforcing the law while dealing with prejudice and personal demons.

    Format: Book

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  • There There

    There There

    Orange, Tommy

    Tommy Orange's debut novel brings together twelve characters on their way to the Big Oakland Powwow.

    Format: Book

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  • The Beadworkers

    The Beadworkers

    Piatote, Beth H.

    Nez Perce author Piatote’s collection of short stories experiments with poetry and prose while exploring themes of kinship and return.

    Format: Book

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