November is Native American Heritage Month (also known as American Indian and Native Alaska Heritage Month). During this month — and hopefully all year long! — we celebrate and recognize the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories of the peoples who are the original inhabitants of the United States.

Book Selections for Babies, Kids, and Teens

Our amazing Children’s Library Assistant Ms. Annie put together a booklist with choices for babies, kids, and teens, which you can access here or by clicking on the image below. ⬇️⬇️⬇️ 

In the booklist, you can click on the book covers to go to the Cloud Library  for ebooks / eaudiobooks or to the MAIN Catalog to find a physical copy in the library.



More Resources 

American Indians in Children’s Literature

Arapahoe Libraries Book Recommendations

Congress of American Indians

Department of Indian Affairs – Native American Heritage Month

Downloadable Books and Audiobooks on Native Americans on Freading (Free with your library card!)

A Mighty Girl Book Recommendations

Multicultural Children’s Book Day Recommendations

Native American Heritage Month

PBS – Native American Heritage Month Multimedia

Read Brightly Book Recommendations

Seattle Public Library Book Recommendations


Book Displays

If you come visit us in the library, both our Children’s and Adult Services sections have book displays. You can make an appointment to visit us by clicking here. We would love to see you!

Native American Heritage Month

We are collecting Breakfast Bags for Nourish NJ through Monday, 1/25. 🥣

When you make your brown paper bag, please include:

  • Small cereal box
  • Box of shelf stable milk
  • Juice box or small water
  • Granola bar
  • Fruit cup
  • Plastic spoon + napkin