Colorado River Indian Tribes
Public Library & Archives
The Colorado River Indian Tribes Library Archives promotes intellectual freedom, inspires ideas to the community at large, enriches tribal life by satisfying the desire of understanding personal heritage, supports cultural awareness, and advocates the preservation and documentation of the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Navajo and the Hopi cultures for future generations.
CRIT EARLY LITERACY PROGRAM
Laura Puentes-Lopez, Coordinator
Telephone M-F 8-5PM 669-1339
Resources, programs and activities designed to promote early literacy and education for children 0-5 in the Colorado River Indian Tribes Region and town of Parker.
Good morning Parents,
I have put together this little video with some words in the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Navajo and Hopi language.
I hope you enjoy this with your children!
The CRIT Library would like to introduce you to its book-lending kiosk. Patrons can now check-in or check-out items at their leisure. From DVDs, audio and books. A up-to-date library card with a barcode is all you need.
The kiosk is simply an extension of the same service behind having book drop box conveniently located outside the library.
Helping children discover a love of books and reading.
Storytime is great for encouraging early literacy in preschool children. Rhymes, songs and stories encourage a love of language, and children also learn skills which they need when they go to school such as participation, sitting still and listening.
Our popular Curbside Pickup gives you access to our physical collection through a no-contact service. Once your library items are ready for pickup, simply schedule your pickup appointment either online or over the phone.
Search our catalog for books & movies here:
CRIT Celebrates its 156th Recogition Days
The tribal government held its first virtual Recognition celebration using social media. This year was the 156th year of the establishment of the reservation March 3, 1865, for "Indians of said river and its tributaries." CRIT is the only reservation to be comprised of four tribes the Mohave and Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo.
The Tribal Public Library/Archive is located at the Tribal Administrative Center at the Four Corners junction of 2nd Avenue and Mohave Road. The facility is open to tribal members and the general public
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 9 am -12 pm
Address: 26600B Mohave Rd, Parker, AZ 85344