Photo: Daniel W. Vandever

Today’s most popular Navajo children’s books are becoming more available in classrooms and homes. With your help, let’s put these culturally relevant reading books in the hands of our young readers. Who encourages our children to read for fun? According to Scholastic, 82% by parents or other adult family members, 67% by teachers & school librarians, and 38% friends, siblings or cousins.

Parents and other adult family members—along with teachers and school librarians— are the top people in children’s lives who encourage them to read books for fun.



Daniel W. Vandever

Grade Level: 3-4
Museum of Northern Arizona Featured Book for November 2017

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Nancy Bo Flood

Grade Level: 4-7
Arizona Book Awards Best Children Non-Fiction book 2007

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Seraphine G. Yazzie

Grade Level: 4-7

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Baje Whitethorne Sr.

Grade Level: 4-8

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Patricia Hruby Powell

Grade Level: 4-7
Finalist in the storyteller category for the 2007 Western Writers of America Awards Competition

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Nedra Emery

Grade Level: Preschool-12

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Carolyn Niethammer

Grade Level: 7-12
2007 Arizona Book Award for Best Juvenile/Young Adult Nonfiction Book

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Vee Browne

Grade Level: Preschool-3

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Seth Muller

Grade Level: 4-7

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