Below are links to posts on American Indians in Children's Literature and elsewhere that'll help you find ones selected by Native people (me, and other Native people, including members of the American Indian Library Association! This page will be updated, so come back and visit again!
2016: AICL's Best Books of 2016
2015: AICL's Best Books of 2015
2014: AICL's Best Books of 2014
2013: Best Books for Elementary School
2013: Best Books for Middle School
2013: Best Books for High School
2011: Best Board Books
2010: Best Books for Middle School
2010: Best Books for High School
2007: Encyclopedic Resources for Research Projects
Here's a list that has lots and lots of gems. In library land, an older publication year often means a book is automatically considered to be "outdated." Thing is, the older books on this list are far superior to new fangled books published today that stereotype and misrepresent Native people. Don't be afraid of older publication years on this list!
2006: Recommended Children's/YA/Reference/Resources
And did you know the American Indian Library Association has a book award? See what the book committee has selected for distinction:
American Indian Library Association Youth Literature Award
Early in 2014, Betsy Bird of School Library Journal published a list of "Top 100 Books by Indigenous Masters" that I helped compile. It is a mix of writers who write for children and adults.
Top Books by 100 Indigenous Masters
This page is AICL's gallery of Native writers and illustrators. These are the people that create the very best books!
2014: Gallery of Native Writers and Illustrators
And this page makes me smile. It is AICL's page at Pinterest.
American Indians in Children's Literature at Pinterest