National Native American Heritage Month Book Display
Now through November 29, 2019
Miller Nichols Library, 1st Floor
This month we celebrate National Native American Heritage Month and spotlight current United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. Harjo is the country's 23rd poet laureate and the first Native American poet to serve in the position. Her works in the display include: Crazy Brave: A Memoir, In Mad Love and War, and The Woman Who Fell from the Sky.
Other authors featured on the display include:
- Louise Erdrich – Plague of Doves, Love Medicine, and The Beet Queen
- Leslie Marmon Silko – Almanac of the Dead, and Gardens in the Dunes
- Duane Niatum – Songs for the Harvester of Dreams, Digging Out the Roots, and Ascending Red Cedar Moon
- Scott Momaday – The Way to Rainy Mountain, House Made of Dawn, and The Names: A Memoir
- Diane Glancy – Dream of the Broken Field, Trigger Dance, and The Voice that was in Travel
The display is up through the end of November on the library’s first floor between the service desk and café. Every book is available for checkout, so grab whatever looks best!
Posted: November 04, 2019