Your bitty’s bookshelf isn’t just a place to put her books. It’s her go-to spot when it comes to learning about the world around her. Support her quest for cultural knowledge, and add a few fantastic books about Native Americans to your little papoose’s literary repertoire. From engaging non-fiction to exciting new reads, flip through the album below to discover our favorites.

Hungry Johnny

Ages 3-7

Tiny foodies will find a kindred sprit in Hungry Johnny, a little guy who likes to “eat, eat, eat!” They’ll probably relate to Johnny’s dilemma too. Even though his Grandma’s got a kitchen full of delish food she’s cooked up, Johnny has to wait to eat it. From the ride over to the community center, to the Ojibwe prayer that seems to go on forever, it’s one thing after another that keeps Johnny from filling his belly. But, as they say, “good things come to those who wait” and the same is true for Hungry Johnny.

Available at Amazon, $14.17

Which one do you want to put on you kiddo’s reading list? Share your choice in a comment.

— Allison Sutcliffe