6 Books to Read This NAHD.
As promised, I am here this year with some reading suggestions for Native American Heritage Month 2022 (and officially back on my website after a bunch of changes)! To make things easier on all of you I have provided the Amazon links to each book below!
**CLICK the book cover images below to be directed straight there! How neat is that?
○ Woman of Light by Kali Fajardo-Anstine is a story of family, love, and bounds of hardship with a strong female lead set in the 1930s. 🐎🕯🪶
○ Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot is a book of life reflection (includes abuse and mental health struggles), with a touch of humor and a glimpse into a different aspects of Native life. Both raw and forgiving. 🫐🍒🫐
○ Looking for a super quick and enjoyable read covering a range of topics about Native culture? Then look no further, Spirits of the Earth by Bobby Lake-Thom is the book for you! 🌎🦎
○ ⚡️🪰Try out Trail of Lightning and Storm of Locusts by Rebecca Roanhorse for an interesting and creative story in a pos apocalyptic world. If you like those, she also has more books like Black Sun ⚫️☀️.
○🔥❤️🔥 Read Firekeeper's Daughter by Angeline Boulley if you enjoy a powerful relatable protagonist living a double life. This book follows an 18 year old who is stepping into both identity and new prospects of life.
♡ Book Covers (w/links for your convenience)!