Native Writers: Voices of Power
Kim Sigafus is an award-winning Ojibwa writer and photographer whose family is from the White Earth Reservation in northwest Minnesota. She is an Illinois Humanities Road Scholar and gives presentations on Native harvest, history, and music. She coauthored two award-winning books: Native Writers: Voices of Power and Native Elders: Sharing Their Wisdom. Sigafus is also the author of three PathFinders novels for reluctant readers: Nowhere to Hide, Autumn's Dawn, and Finding Grace. She resides with her husband in Freeport, Illinois.
Lyle Ernst was a freelance journalist and writer. In addition to contributing news stories and feature articles to local newspapers, he coauthored two books in the Native Trailblazers Series: Native Writers: Voices of Power and Native Elders: Sharing Their Wisdom. Ernst was a member of the Native American Coalition of the Quad Cities, based in Moline, Illinois
Little People, BIG DREAMS: Laverne Cox
Hardcover Synopsis As a kid, Laverne felt different. Even though she felt like a girl, she wasn’t allowed to live her life as a girl....
Native Women of Courage
Paperback Synopsis Ten biographies of Native women leaders and their extraordinary work in diverse fields as the arts, education, and tribal leadership.Native Women of Courage...
Native Musicians in the Groove
Paperback Synopsis Music is their passion. Follow the journeys of ten talented musicans from Native communities. All of the whether traditional drumming, or mainstream rock,...