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.

Birchbark House

Ages 8 & up

Cuddle up with this modern classic that was a National Book Award Finalist. Set in 1847, the story follows the day-to-day life of Omakayas, better known as “Little Frog,” after she was orphaned by a Small Pox outbreak and was eventually taken in by an Ojibwa family. Your mini’s will love hearing her tales of tanning moose hides, picking berries and even encountering bear cubs in vivid detail. Timeless is what this tale is all about!

Available at Amazon, $6.97

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

— Allison Sutcliffe