- Powwow by George Ancona, published in 1993 by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
- Earth Daughter: Alicia of Acoma Pueblo by George Ancona, published in 1995 by Macmillan.
- The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson, published in 2014 by Viking.
- Very Last First Time by Jan Andrews, illustrated by Ian Wallace, published in 1998 by Aladdin.
- Who Will Tell My Brother? by Marlene Carvell, published in 2004 by Hyperion.
- Whale Snow by Debby Dahl Edwardson, illustrated by Annie Patterson, published in 2004 by Charlesbridge.
- My Name Is Not Easy, by Debby Dahl Edwardson, published in 2013 by
- On the Move by K.V. Flynn, published in 2014 by Wynnpix Productions.
- Daughter of Suqua by Diane Hamm Johnson, published in 1997 by Albert Whitman.
- Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older, published in 2015 by Arthur A. Levine.
- A Children's Guide to Arctic Birds by Mia Pelletier, illustrated by Danny Christopher, published in 2014 by Inhabit Media.
- Cradle Me by Debbie Slier, published in 2012 by Starbright Books.
And, Matt de la Pena's The Living. And Fake ID by Lamar Giles. And Ash by Malinda Lo. When Reason Breaks by Cindy L. Rodriguez! And Benjamin Alire Saenz's Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, and Aisha Saeed's Written in the Stars. Back when I was teaching first grade, Eric Carle's books were amongst my favorites to read aloud at storytime. And we have a dear video from 1992 when I was reading Galdone's Over in the Meadow to our then-baby, Liz. The dear part is her chiming in as I read.
Right now, I'm partway through All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely.
And I can't wait for my copy of Don Tate's Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton. Did you watch the video yet?
If you're one of the people who hears other people say "Debbie Reese hates white people," I hope you'll tell them to go to my site and look for a post titled "Debbie Reese hates white people."