The month of November draws an end to our community-wide read program, On the Same Page. It’s not over yet, though! There is still time to read Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian and to join in on the discussion– find a list of our programs here.
Meanwhile, there is a plethora of literature out there that explores the experience of Native Americans across the country. Some of the best we’ve found is listed below. Read, learn, and enjoy.
Flight by Sherman Alexie — Another acclaimed novel from our featured author, Sherman Alexie.
Black Elk Speaks by Nicholas Black Elk and John G. Neihardt — A personal favorite. This book changed my perspective and has stuck with me for several years.
Two Old Women by Velma Wallis — This book will be discussed at the Lee Road library on November 14th. Come and join us!