Baylor, Byrd, Hawk-I’m Your Brother, Aladdin Books, 1986.
A young boy develops a relationship with a young hawk that he steals from his nest.
Bruchac, Joseph, Native American Stories, Fulcrum Publ., Golden, Co., 1991.
A series of myths from the North American Indians that center around the relationship between man and nature.
Dutton, Bertha, and Olin, Caroline, Myths and Legends of the Indians of the Southwest, Belleron Books, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, 1996.
Describes the habits and beliefs of the mythmakers in the Four Comer region of the Southwest. Hopi, Acoma, Tewa and Zuni Indians.
Dutton, Bertha, and Olin Caroline, Myths and Legends of the Indians of the Southwest, Belleron Books, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, 1996. Navajo, Pima, Apache Indians.
The myths of the people in the Southwest who were artisans, songmakers and storytellers.
Fox, Frank, North American Indians, Troubadour Press, New York, 1995.
Color and story album depicting the North American Indians.
Goble, Paul, Her Seven Brothers, Bradbury Press, Boston, Mass., 1988.
This is a Cheyenne legend of how the Big Dipper was created.
Hahn, Elizabeth, The Blackfoot, Rourke Publ., Inc., Vero Beach, Fla., 32964.
The history of the Blackfoot, the myths, daily life, wars and victories.
Hoyt-Goldsniith, Diane, Cherokee Summer, Holiday House, 1993.
The story of a young Cherokee girl who lives in Oklahoma. It recounts the traditions that give her traditions.
Jeffers, Susan,, Sister Eagle, Brother Eagle, Dial Books, New York, New York, 10014, 1991.
A prophetic speech by Chief Seattle that captures the central belief of the Native Americans; that the earth and every creature on it is sacred.
Molencraft, Lisa Miller, Native Americans, Grand Rapids, MI., 1993.
A representative study of four groups of Native Americans. It is a compilation of oral and written language, reading, poetry, vocabulary development, spelling, critical thinking, math, social studies, art and music activities.
Smith, Kathie, Sitting Bull, Simon and Schuster Inc. New York, 1987.
The story of Sitting Bull, the Sioux Indian who came to represent the Native Americans.
Steadman, Scott, How Would You Survive as an American Indian, Franklin Watts, New York,
A detailed account of how the Indian survived at home, at war, in religion and in war.
Yolen, Jane, Sky Dogs, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, San Diego, CA. 1990.
A myth explaining the appearance of the first horses to the Blackfeet Indians.