Writer and academic Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair reminds us that "graphic writing—now called comic books—are the oldest and most creative form of Indigenous writing. From rock faces to skin to panels and pages, comic books encapsulate histories and dreams of Peoples and nations." Camille Callison & Candida Rifkind, 2019).
Explore an array of fiction and nonfiction Indigenous graphic novels and comics featuring First Nations, Métis, and Inuit writers and artists.
To browse, head directly to the Graphic Novels Collection to the left of the Library Services Desk in Building 7.
Just as storytelling is for all ages, there are teachings for everyone in children's books! Take some time to explore titles in the juvenile collection by Indigenous authors and illustrators.