Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month is celebrated each November as a way to honor the history, traditions, and cultures of the indigenous peoples of the United States, including Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities.

Sno-Isle Libraries invites you to learn more about and celebrate Native American Heritage Month with these programs and materials. 

Online Library Events

Lit for Fun Online Book Group- Jimmy Bluefeather by Kim Heacox on November 4

Iwígara: The Kinship with Plants and People on November 10

American Democracy's Indigenous Roots and Future on November 23


Picture Books for Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month for Older Kids

Native American Heritage Month for Teens

Native American Voices- Graphic Novels

Indigenous Cooking

If You Liked Heart Berries

Indigenous Poetry

Native American Authors- Adult Fiction

Instant Access eBook

From November 15-30, readers can download We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga by Traci Sorrell instantly, no holds or waiting required. In this book, author Traci Sorrell, a citizen of the Cherokee nation, shares a joyous look at celebrations and experiences in Cherokee communities throughout the seasons.

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