Walking Grandma Home

A story of grief, hope, and healing Nancy Bo Flood, Ph.D. · Illustrated by Ellen Shi  Order Activity Pack A remembrance guide with a variety of activities is available. Children…

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Water Runs Through This Book

Water Runs Through This Book

by Nancy Bo Flood Photographs by Jan Sonnenmair Published by Fulcrum Publishers, Golden, Colorado This book and the photographic images presents a sense of wonder and mystery about water, presenting…

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I Will Dance

I Will Dance by Nancy Bo Flood

Written by Nancy Bo Flood Illustrated by Julianna Swaney This poetic and uplifting picture book follows a young girl born with cerebral palsy as she pursues her dream of becoming…

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First Laugh, Welcome Baby!

First Laugh, Welcome Baby, by Nancy Bo Flood and Rose Tahe (Dine') and illustrated by Johnathan Nelson (Dine')

Rose Tahe (Dine’) and Nancy Bo Flood · Illustrated by Johnathan Nelson (Dine’) Published by Charlesbridge. Order now! Rose Ann Tahe (Diné) was born into her mother’s clan, the Red…

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soldier sister, fly home

Fourteen-year-old Tess is having a hard enough time understanding what it means to be part white and part Navajo, but now she’s coping with her sister Gaby’s announcement that she’s going to enlist and fight in the Iraq war. Gaby’s decision comes just weeks after the news that Lori Piestewa, a member of their community, is the first Native American woman in US history to die in combat, adding to Tess’s stress and emotions. While Gaby is away, Tess reluctantly cares for her sister’s semi-wild stallion, Blue, who will teach Tess how to deal with tragic loss and guide her own journey of self-discovery.

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The Hogan that Great-Grandfather Built

The Hogan That Great-Grandfather Built by Nancy Bo Flood

This children’s picture book tells the story of one multi-generational Navajo family that works, plays, eats, sleeps and shares their lives together in around their family hogan.

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No-Name Baby

no-name baby by Nancy Bo Flood

The Great War, like all wars, left wounds that rippled through communities and families, sometimes in unexpected ways. To survive World War I, Sophie’s family did the best they knew, the best they could, even if it meant burying family secrets. And then, life changed.

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Warriors in the Crossfire

Warriors in the Crossfire by Nancy Bo Flood - YA Historical Novel

Warriors in the Crossfire looks at one boy’s experience of impending war – war fought by two nations, Japan and the U.S. – on the Pacific island of Saipan

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Sand to Stone and Back Again

Sand to Stone and Back Again by Nancy Bo Flood

Secrets of Sand to Stone takes readers on a journey through time to understand how the landscape of the desert Southwest is the result of many forces and great change over long periods of time.

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The Navajo Year

The Navajo Year by Nancy Bo Flood

The Navajo Year, Walk Through Many Seasons follows the Navajo calendar, and provides poetic descriptions of the many sights, sounds, and activities associated with each month.

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Micronesian Legends

micronesian legends

An exciting read which illuminates Micronesian cultures and traditions in a reader friendly format especially recommended for young adults and anyone interested in multicultural legends and folklore.

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Marianas Islands Legends

Marianas Island Legends by Nancy Bo Flood

The culture of history of these beautiful Pacific islands is celebrated in retellings of traditional myths and legends of the Chamorro and Carolinian people, folklore and historical tales, and descriptions of present-day arts, customs, and beliefs.

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Pacific Island Legends

Nancy Bo Flood: Pacific Island Legends

Creation myths, myths of origin, adventures of gods and heroes, kings and queens, naughty children, husbands and wives – all illustrate the relationship of the people to the islands, the ocean, and each other.

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Born Early

Born Early by Nancy Bo Flood

Carrie’s story unfolds in the intensive care nursery at the hospital immediately following her premature birth. The text and photographs trace her survival, growth, and coming home. Written by Linda Lafferty and Bo Flood, with photographs by Rebecca Young.

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