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  COLORING BOOKS  

CP 029- AMERICAN INDIAN COLORING BOOK

By Thomas B. Underwood  Shirley Simmons (Illustrator)  21pp March 1996 Cherokee Publications $ 5.95 + s/h

NV - ANASAZI COLORING BOOK -  The Story of the "Ancestral Puebloans" By Sandra Stemmler

A creative way for children to learn about the Ancient Ones , the people of the Southwest who lived in cliff dwellings long ago. While they color the pages, children will learn about the Anasazi's lifestyle: their diet, housing, ceremonies and various theories as to why they disappeared without a trace. Ages 5-12  Page Count: 28, Width: 8.5"; Height: 11"; Format: Saddle Stitch; Publication: 1997 Price:  $5.95 + s/h   

CP 557- GREAT NATIVE AMERICANS - Coloring Book

by Peter Copeland

A researched and accurate depicted coloring book portraying 42 great Native Americans living between the 17th and 20th centuries. 8.5 X 11, 47 pages to color. $7.95 + s/h

OS04862- NORTHWEST COAST INDIANS COLORING BOOK 

Museum curator and noted illustrator recaptures the rich, lost culture of Northwest Coast Indians in 33 meticulously researched, ready-to-color drawings. Depicts traditional lifestyles, costumes of the Nootka, Chinook, Kwakiutl and other tribes from late 18th to 20th centuries. Captions. 4 illustrations in color on covers. Ages 7-9  $ 6.95 + s/h

WH-24470-9- PLAINS INDIANS COLORING BOOK 
By David Rickman.  40 carefully-researched, accurately-rendered line drawings-ready to be colored-depict the traditional costume and culture of the Plains Indians. Apache, Pawnee, Crow, Blackfoot, Cree, and many others as they actually existed from the mid-17th to early 20th century. Full captions. Introduction. 4 illus. in color on covers. $ 6.95
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OS048642-  SOUTHWEST INDIANS COLORING BOOK 
Navajo medicine man and braves, Apache chiefs, Hopi pottery makers, Pueblo flute player, more. Captions. 40 detailed, carefully researched illustrations depict Native Americans from the 1840s to 1980s: Pima basket maker, Navajo medicine man and braves, Hopi pottery makers, Acoma woman baking bread, Pueblo flute player, modern Yuma woman and child, tribal drum makers of the Taos pueblo, Zuni turquoise driller, more. $ 6.95 + s/h

WH-29164-2  SOUTHEAST INDIANS COLORING BOOK 

Thirty-nine carefully researched, excellently rendered illustrations depict ancient burial platforms, the funeral of a Choctaw chief, Natchez warriors of 1758, Seminole women preparing a meal, Chickasaw warriors serving the Confederacy (1862), a modern Mikawuki Seminole alligator wrestler and more. 48pp. Paperback.   $ 6.95 + s/h

nv - Suquamish Coloring Book Legend of the Basket Ogress   By Peg Deem

A guide to pronunciation of Puget Salish, spoken by Suquamish people in the old days, highlights the traditional story of the Basket Ogress. For children age 5-10 years. Page Count 28; Width: 8"; Height: 11"; Format: Saddle Stitch; Publication: 2001. Price: $5.95 + S/H

WH-28621-  WOODLANDS INDIANS COLORING BOOK 

Over four centuries of North American tribal life: from Pequot and Massachusett hunters (1600s) to Mohawk construction workers (1970). Captions. Carefully researched, finely rendered scenes depict over four centuries of tribal life, including views of Pequot and Massachusett hunters in the early 1600s, Ottawa warriors of the 17th and 19th centuries, an Iroquois woman pounding corn (1910), Mohawk construction workers (1970) and more. 41 illustrations with fact-filled captions. Ages 4 -8.  $ 6.95 + s/h

OS0486420-  NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN

MASKS COLORING BOOK by Dianne Gaspas

An authentic array of traditional Native American masks appear in this fun-filled coloring book. Well-researched and accurately rendered, they derive from ritual and recreational traditions of American Indians across the continent, from the eastern Iroquois to the western Hopi and the northwestern Kwakiutl and Tlingit. Each mask comes with a caption identifying its motif and tribe of origin. 30 full-page black-and- white illustrations. 5 color illus. Ages 4 -8. $ 6.95 + s/h

CP 289- CHEROKEE A-B-C COLORING BOOK

By Daniel Pennington, Robert Busyhead, Translator 

Children aged 5 to 10 will enjoy learning about native life with descriptive words in Cherokee and English as they color.28pp March 1996 Cherokee Publications BILINGUAL. $ 6.95 + s/h

 

WH-119-2 Native American Ledger Art Coloring Book by Sandy and Jesse Hummingbird

Ledger art grew out of drawing pictures on buffalo hides to tell stories and history. Cherokee artist Jesse Hummingbird lends his unique style to this art form to delight young children and enhance their learning experience. 23pp.   $ 6.95 + s/h

 

NV - Yaqui Coloring Book

By Stan Padilla

A compelling book of drawings for children to color helps them learn about Yaqui tribal culture. Includes dancers, animals, food plants, sacred symbols and more from this ancient culture.

Ages 7-12 years. Page Count: 28, Width: 8.5", Height: 11", Format: Saddle stitch; Publication: 1999.  Price: $5.95 + s/h

ACTIVITY WORKBOOKS

NV - CHEROKEE CLOTHING  NEW!

By Sandy and Jesse T. Hummingbird. Cherokee artist Jesse Hummingbird introduces children to the traditional clothing of the Cherokee people with his illustrations, as children's author Sandy Hummingbird guides kids through various activities of increasing complexity. Engaging and entertaining. Page Count: 24; Width: 8"; Height: 11"; Format: Saddle stitch; Publication: 2006. $ 7.95 + s/h  

NV - Powwow Activity Book  NEW!  By Sandy & Jesse T. Hummingbird. Using imagery of the Native American powwow and its dancers, the authors have created enjoyable lessons in matching, mazes, completing sentences, crossword puzzles, connecting dots, counting, coloring, spelling and more. For children age 5-10; Page Count: 28; Width: 8"; Height: 11"; Format: Saddle stitch; Publication: 1999. Price: $5.95 + s/h

CP 754-  CHEROKEE MASKS

By Jesse Hummingbird, Sandy Hummingbird
The most popular Cherokee masks are represented here for children to color and do lessons in matching, mazes, completing sentences, connecting dots, counting, spelling, and more. For children age 5-8 years. 
$ 6.95 + s/h

1556522134: MORE THAN MOCCASINS   NEW!

By Laurie Carlson  

More than 100 crafts and activities to encourage fun and learning about Native American life and values.  8.5 X 11, 225 pages, Illustrated, Soft Cover.  $15.95 + s/h

CP 844- THE KIDS FAMILY TREE -

By Caroline Leavitt

This book gives kids ideas and projects such as using the Internet to find important documents and records and a check list of questions to ask relatives.  8.5 X 9, 96 pages, Illustrated, Soft Cover. $15.95 + s/h   SOLD OUT!

     

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Children's History & Culture Books

Children's Coloring and Activity Books

Children's Stories and Legends

 

 

Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. Your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached.   

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Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. With written permission, your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached.   

Foreign Customers: Shipping fees and import duties (if any) are not calculated properly at time of purchase so please do not click on the payment Add to Cart button or the order may be rejected.  We ask Foreign Customers to email your order.  Please do not include credit card info in the email. Manataka Books 

 

A Bi-Monthly Magazine of  Crafts Culture Powwows History

  • Crafts and culture of the American Indian
  • How to make those crafts, expertly illustrated and photographed 
  • Book and music reviews 
  • Historical photographs, articles on tradition and culture
  • powwow dates and much more

If you are interested in the American Indian and in particular the material culture of the American Indian: Past & Present, WHISPERING WIND is the magazine for you.  Since 1967 we've helped our readers bring the tradition home and help keep the tradition alive. 

 

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