American Discovery of Europe, The, paper ed

$54.00

The American Discovery of Europe is the newly released book by Jack Forbes, professor emeritus of Native American studies and anthropology at the University of California, Davis. Forbes challenges the conventional wisdom of historians and anthropologists by compiling evidence that First Nations and Inuit actually visited Europe prior to Columbus and the so-called discovery of the Americas in 1492. Drawing on maritime trade and exploration conducted by Indigenous People of the Americas, Forbes details activities of the sea-going cultures dating back to 7000 years ago.

Price: $54.00

Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing, paper ed

$49.00

Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing explores Indigenous medicine across North America, with a special emphasis on how Indigenous knowledge has endured and persisted among peoples with a legacy to Mexico. Patrisia Gonzales combines her lived experience in Red Medicine as an herbalist and traditional birth attendant with in-depth research into oral traditions, storytelling, and the meanings of symbols to uncover how Indigenous knowledge endures over time.

Price: $49.00

Latin Americans Thought of It: Amazing Innovations, paper ed

$11.95

Latin Americans Thought of It: Amazing Innovations is the fifth title in the Annick Press series, We Thought of It. This volume features the unique innovations and contributions of the Indigenous peoples of Latin America including the Maya, Aztec, and Inca. The chapters are organized around topics such as architecture, agriculture, arts and crafts, food, clothing, music and dance, communication, sports, celebrations, and Latin Americans today. Each topic contains either a two-page or four-page spread and explains the material with photographs, illustrations, and brief text selections.

Price: $11.95

National Geographic Investigates: Ancient Aztec, hardcover ed

$23.95

National Geographic Investigates: Ancient Aztec is one of the titles in the series that explores the world's ancient empires. Learn about the religions, technologies, arts, and societies that preceded us through the discoveries of contemporary archaeologists. National Geographic's extensive photographic and map archives add richness to this series that transports readers to significant archaeological sites and brings ancient civilizations to life. Colour photos, maps, illustrations, index, and bibliography. Intermediate Spring 2012

Price: $23.95

Kids @ the Crossroads: Aztec, paper ed

$14.95

Kids @ the Crossroads: Aztec is one of Annick Press Series that looks at the so-called ancient history of the Americas from the perspective of a twelve-year old youth writing about his daily routine in blog-format. The boy writes about the daily events in his family's life. Training to be a priest, the youth is expelled and moves on to soldier training. The plot line is basic but the information windows in the text provide bits of detail about Aztec culture, history, language, art, and food.

Price: $14.95

Aztec News: History News, The, paper ed

$9.00

The Aztec News: History News offers elementary students a newspaper style 32-page book about the cultural history of the Aztec. The book opens with a focus on the city of Tenochtitlan. Information is organized as news stories covering the everyday news and lifestyle as well as providing advertisements, military news, business news, sports page, farming news, healthy living suggestions, women's page, fashion and food section, education news, and religious news. Colour illustrations accompany each 2-page spread and the book includes a timeline, an index, a map, and glossary of terms.

Price: $9.00

American Discovery of Europe, The, hardcover edition

$110.00

The American Discovery of Europe is the newly released book by Jack Forbes, professor emeritus of Native American studies and anthropology at the University of California, Davis. Forbes challenges the conventional wisdom of historians and anthropologists by compiling evidence that First Nations and Inuit actually visited Europe prior to Columbus and the so-called discovery of the Americas in 1492. Drawing on maritime trade and exploration conducted by Indigenous People of the Americas, Forbes details activities of the sea-going cultures dating back to 7000 years ago.

Price: $110.00

Under the Mesquite, hardcover ed

$18.95

Under the Mesquite is a 224-page moving free-verse, coming of age novel told in the first person by Lupita, a teen with a large Mexican American family living in small-town Texas. In her first year of high school Lupita learns that her beloved Mother has cancer. So the teen bravely takes care of her seven younger siblings as she retains her love of words and writing poetry. Mother was an amazing gardener and draws strength from her flowers planted in the yard near the little mesquite tree.

Price: $18.95

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