Rabbit Goes to Kansas

By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

A new Ji-Stu adventure with his friend Wildcat and mythical birds in the land of sunflowers.

The Voyage of the Beetle

A Journey around the World with Charles Darwin and the Search for the Solution to the Mystery of Mysteries, as Narrated by Rosie, an Articulate Beetle
By Anne H. Weaver
Illustrations by George Lawrence

The whimsical story of Rosie the Beetle who assisted Charles Darwin on his trip around the world as he developed his Theory of Natural Selection.

Subjects: ChildrenScience

The Shaman and the Water Serpent

By Jennifer Dewey
Illustrations by Benton Yazzie

Dewey tells the stories of early Puebloan peoples and their reverance for the land and animals on which their survival depended.

Coyote and the Sky

How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began
By Emmett “Shkeme” Garcia
Illustrations by Victoria Pringle

Emmett "Shkeme" Garcia, a member of the Santa Ana tribe, shares his Pueblo's story of the beginnings of the stars and constellations. Victoria Pringle's illustrations provide visual elements that enhance the action of the story.

Death Stars, Weird Galaxies, and a Quasar-Spangled Universe

The Discoveries of the Very Large Array Telescope
By Karen Taschek

Karen Taschek introduces teen readers to the wonders revealed by the VLA telescope, beginning with basic information on our solar system and our Milky Way galaxy.

Subjects: ChildrenScience

Rabbit Plants the Forest

By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

Based on the ancient Cherokee teaching that squirrels keep the woods alive and should not be hunted, Rabbit Plants the Forest tells the story from Cherokee mythology about animals and their places in our world.

The Eyes of the Weaver

Los Ojos del Tejedor
By Cristina Ortega
Illustrations by Patricio Garcia

Cristina Ortega shares with children her memories of visits with her grandfather who taught her how to weave when she was ten years old.

Stories of Mexico's Independence Days and Other Bilingual Children's Fables

Edited by Eliseo “Cheo” TorresTimothy L. Sawyer
Illustrations by Herman Ramirez

Six bilingual children's stories from Mexico.

Rabbit and the Wolves

By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

Ji-Stu the Rabbit travels far from home to try to prove he can be a great singer.

Horse of Seven Moons

By Karen Taschek

The story of a sixteen-year-old Apache boy, a fourteen-year-old Anglo girl, and the horse they share, unbeknownst to each other.