Enter to win 10 books plus curated picks from Native American-owned brands!

Uplift Native American stories and create the ultimate ...

Enter to win 10 books plus curated picks from Native American-owned brands!

Uplift Native American stories and create the ultimate reading experience with: 

  • 10 books from Penguin Random House
  • A $100 gift card to a Native American-owned bookstore
  • A Connections Wool Blanket from Eighth Generation (designed by McKenna Sweet Dorman and Jaime Martin, Snoqualmie Tribe Members)
  • A Navajo Made Rainbow Naja Ring from 4Kinship (designed by Mary Jane Garcia, Tl’og’i and Kinyaa’áanii Clan)
  • A Fire and Ice Blanket from Buckskin Boutique (designed by Tessa Sayers, Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribe Member)

Penguin Random House is the international home to more than 300 editorially and creatively independent publishing imprints. Together, our mission is to foster a universal passion for reading by partnering with authors to help create stories and communicate ideas that inform, entertain, and inspire, and to connect them with readers everywhere.

Throughout Native American Heritage Month and beyond, we invite you to amplify and celebrate the rich cultures and stories within the Native American community by reading books by Indigenous authors and supporting Native-owned businesses. 

Spotlight and uplift #StoriesoftheLand, this month and every month!

Explore our must-read books by Indigenous authors here.


Eighth Generation

As one of the fastest-growing Native-owned companies in the US or Canada, Eighth Generation is the "Inspired Natives" ethical alternative to fake Native-inspired goods. Every item they make—apparel and accessories, blankets, home goods—is designed by Native artists and supports the Native community. Owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe and operating from their headquarters in Seattle, Washington, their newest Gold Label line of made-in-house wool blankets is reclaiming production of this traditional artform with modern technology. 

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Headshot of Amy Denet Deal, Founder of 4Kinship


4Kinship is a Diné (Navajo) owned sustainable artwear brand dedicated to producing handmade, one of a kind, restored, repurposed and lovingly upcycled, artisanal and small batch products. Our inspiration is the all the surrounds us here in the Southwest. The clouds, the sky, the mountains, the land, which has led our founder back to New Mexico, and back to her Diné tribe. Founded in 2015 by Amy Denet Deal (formerly Yeung), fueled by a desire to honor her Indigeneity, and to be of service to commUNITY. In 2019 Amy relocated to New Mexico to reintegrate with her tribe shortly before the pandemic hit, and spent 2020 helping to provide mutual aid relief for relatives on Navajo Nation. 4KINSHIP is currently leading fundraising efforts for Diné Skate Garden Project to support the community of Two Grey Hills on Navajo Nation provide a transformative space for Diné youth in this remote area, with groundbreaking scheduled for Spring 2022.

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Headshot of Jessica R. Metcalfe, founder of Buckskin Boutique

Buckskin Boutique

Beyond Buckskin launched in 2009 by Jessica R. Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) as a website dedicated to showcasing and promoting our continent's first artists and original designers. In 2012, the original blog website expanded to include an online boutique as well. The origin story of this boutique is rooted in positive activism and a desire to share our cultures with the world through fashion design.

Based out of North Dakota, Beyond Buckskin is dedicated to advancing creative small businesses located throughout rural and urban communities by providing an online store where customers can connect with Native American fashion designers and jewelry artists.

We currently work with over 40 individual artists and small businesses to get their incredible and unique work out to a broader audience. Our designers all advance traditional Indigenous artistic practices by bringing ancient designs, natural materials, and cultural stories to modern fashion. Diversity, beauty, utility and tradition come together in the garments and accessories we share with the world - from our hands to yours.

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