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The Many Nations team's mission is to provide literacy outreach and establish ongoing partnerships with Native communities in Pima County.


Our goal is to engage in Share the Wealth and outreach events, programming support, and increasing the amount of Bookmobile stops in Native communities.

About Share the Wealth

Share the Wealth is a program through which the team provides donation books, programs, and Bookmobile visits to Native communities.

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Picture Books by Indigenous Authors and Illustrators

November is National American Indian Heritage Month. Celebrate with some picture books.

Native Voices: Crime fiction

Whether you enjoy police procedurals, literary fiction, or thrillers, you're bound to find a new favorite author from this list!

Native Voices: History for young minds

Read about residential school policies for Native communities in the US & Canada. These are sensitive to children's developing minds.

Native Voices: Graphic Novels & Comics

These stories feature Native main characters and are written by Native authors.

Native Voices: Speculative Fiction

These stories of science fiction, fantasy, and horror are written by Native authors and feature Native main characters.

Native Voices: Board Books

These board books were written and or illustrated by Native authors and illustrators. Each book features Native children or families.

American Indian Youth Literature Award Winners 2020

The AIYLA identifies and honors the very best writing and illustrations by Native Americans and Indigenous peoples of North America.

Find meals for kids in your area!

This list will help you find free meals for Tucson children this fall.

What do you really know about Christopher Columbus?

If you are interested in learning a more complete history of the man and his era, here are some books for you.

Beyond Indigenous Peoples' Day: Year-round Reading

Millenia before European American Literature existed, the literature of the people now known as Native Americans flourished.
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Boardbooks by BIPOC authors

Reading boardbooks to babies and toddlers authored by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) authors matters for all kids.

Lest We Forget: The Struggle for Voting Rights

African Americans and Native Americans have both experienced lengthy fights for voting rights and continue to experience voter suppression.

Talking About Race

Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. This site provides tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation.
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