What’s New in Native American Literature for KidsSaturday, May 7 | 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM
- In-Person Only
Word Power Stage
- Native American
- Outdoor (Free)
- Writing & Publishing
- YA (Young Adult)
A wider range of Native American issues, stories, and characters than ever before are being represented in books for young people. In this session, hear from debut YA author Jen Ferguson (The Summer of Bitter and Sweet), picture book author Traci Sorell (Powwow Day) and by David A. Robertson (On the Trapline, The Great Bear) author of both picture books and middle-grade fantasy novels about the breadth of Native American titles for young readers and what’s next for the industry.
The bookstore partner for this session is Flashlight Books! Buy the books online at Bookshop.org or purchase them in person at the Festival. More information here.
Book signing information: Flashlight Books Tent at the Bookstore Blv (corner of Allston & Milvia in the Outdoor Fair) at in the park, 3:30 PM
With support from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and the Consulate General of Canada San Francisco/Silicon Valley