Indigenous Books - Adult
Disinherited generations : our struggle to reclaim treaty rights for First Nations women and their descendants
Reclaiming power and place : the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
Indigenous Books - Kids
- 35 Books to Read for National Indigenous Month
- Diverse Book Finder - Indigenous
- Books by Indigenous Writers to Read to Understand Residential Schools
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First Nation Communities READ (FNCR) is the Ontario First Nation Public Library Community’s contribution to the reading movement. Launched in 2003 by the First Nations Public Library Community in Ontario with support from the Ontario Library Service, it promotes a community-based approach to reading.
FNCR celebrates the very best of Indigenous literature across Turtle Island. The program encourages family literacy, intergenerational storytelling as well as intergenerational knowledge transmission. FNCR also helps to increase awareness of the importance of First Nation, Metis and Inuit writing, illustration and publishing.
First Nations Community Reads 2022 & 2023
Call me Indian : from the trauma of residential school to becoming the NHL's first Treaty Indigenous player
Header image information: The shirt is a Metis Ribbon Shirt/ Metis Regalia, Cree Mukluks and hand made moose hide drum bag, courtesy of Paulla Adamitz from Sucker Creek 1st Nation
(Photo: Lauri MacKinnon, 2021) Mode LaVan Photography