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Institute Celebrates Native American Heritage Month


LONGMONT, CO–(Marketwired – November 01, 2016) – Today is the beginning of Native American Heritage Month in the U.S., and First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) continues to honor that heritage by celebrating Native-themed children’s literature.

On Oct. 19 — ahead of this month’s celebration — First Nations launched the national #NativeReads campaign with five featured children’s books by Native authors. Today, First Nations is significantly expanding the list to include a total of 30 “must read” books.

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