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Children's Stories

Children's Stories

Storytelling is as old as mankind. We pass on our knowledge to younger generations to entertain and teach. In our modern times we continue this tradition with books.
  1. All Our Relatives: Traditional Native American Thoughts about Nature

    All Our Relatives

    All Our Relatives is an often-repeated refrain in Lakota ceremonies and prayers; Mitayuke Oyasin, meaning "all my relatives" or "we are all related." Learn More
  2. Black Elk's Vision, A Lakota Story

    Black Elk's Vision, A Lakota Story

    BLACK ELK'S VISION provides a unique perspective on American history. Black Elk, a Lakota Oglala medicine man, lived from 1863 until 1950. the cousin of Crazy Horse, Black Elk was involved in the battles of the Little Big Horn and Wounded Knee. He also traveled to New York and Europe as part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Most important, however, was the vision he had as a young boy, which shaped his life. Learn More
  3. Native American children's stories - A Boy Called Slow

    A Boy Called Slow

    The true story of the boy who would one day become the famous Native American Chief, Sitting Bull. Learn More
  4. Buffalo Bird Girl - A Hidatsa Story

    Buffalo Bird Girl - A Hidatsa Story

    This earth is alive and has a soul or spirit, just as you have a spirit. Other things also have spirits, the sun, clouds, trees, beasts, birds.
    ~Missouri River, Buffalo Bird Girl's grandfather.

    "I was born in an earth lodge by the mouth of the Knife River, in what is now North Dakota, three years after the smallpox winter."
    ~Buffalo Bird Woman Learn More
  5. The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Lifeways

    The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Lifeways

    American Indian Tradition Series: this series celebrates the unique, cultural, spiritual and artistic genius of the Indians of North America. Classic and contemporary works of scholarship stand alongside collections of the writings and recorded statements of America's first inhabitants. These writings, together with diverse illustrations, testify to an enduring and living legacy. Learn More
  6. American Indian children's book - Children of the Tipi: Life in the Buffalo Days

    Children of the Tipi: Life in the Buffalo Days

    What was it like for children to grow up in the world of the pre-reservation Plains Indians during the buffalo days? Before our modern era of television, video games and computers how did American Indian children live, learn and play? Learn More
  7. Native American children's stories - Crazy Horse's Vision

    Crazy Horse's Vision

    Crazy Horse is among the most well-known Native American heroes. Yet many people do not know his boyhood name was Curly, a name inspired by his head of curly hair. Learn More
  8. Native American childrens book: Death of Crazy Horse by Paul Goble

    Death of the Iron Horse

    Ages 4 - 8

    There have been many trains wrecked by Indian people in the pages of fiction, but it really happened only once. Learn More
  9. The Earth Made New: Plains Indian Stories of Creation

    The Earth Made New: Plains Indian Stories of Creation

    Earth Maker told the water birds: "One of you must help me. I need mud to make land. Who will dive down and bring me some?"

    "I will!" Mallard Duck called out. He stretched his neck down into the water, but he could not even see the bottom.

    Learn More
  10. The Enchanted Buffalo - A Prairie Tale

    The Enchanted Buffalo - A Prairie Tale

    Deep in the Great Plains of South Dakota, a tribe of mighty buffaloes finds themselves without a leader. A tricky bull named Barrag takes control of the group until the brave young Oknu challenges the new leader. But he does not know that Barrag has special powers. Barrag tricks Oknu with the help of magic, but a surprise is in store for the nasty Barrag. Learn More

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