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Multicultural Studies. Co-writtten by Doris Seale and Rosemary Gonzalez. Since the realities of Native lifeways are almost completely unknown to outsiders, it is often very difficult for them to evaluate children's books about American Indians. For this reason, this list of criteria was compiled in the hope that it will make it easier for a teacher, librarian or student to Multicultural Studies. Co-writtten by Doris Seale and Rosemary Gonzalez. Since the realities of Native lifeways are almost completely unknown to outsiders, it is often very difficult for them to evaluate children's books about American Indians. For this reason, this list of criteria was compiled in the hope that it will make it easier for a teacher, librarian or student to choose non-racist and undistorted books about the lives and histories of indigenous peoples. HOW TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE was originally a chapter in THROUGH INDIAN EYES: THE NATIVE EXPERIENCE IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN, which is also available through SPD.


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Multicultural Studies. Co-writtten by Doris Seale and Rosemary Gonzalez. Since the realities of Native lifeways are almost completely unknown to outsiders, it is often very difficult for them to evaluate children's books about American Indians. For this reason, this list of criteria was compiled in the hope that it will make it easier for a teacher, librarian or student to Multicultural Studies. Co-writtten by Doris Seale and Rosemary Gonzalez. Since the realities of Native lifeways are almost completely unknown to outsiders, it is often very difficult for them to evaluate children's books about American Indians. For this reason, this list of criteria was compiled in the hope that it will make it easier for a teacher, librarian or student to choose non-racist and undistorted books about the lives and histories of indigenous peoples. HOW TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE was originally a chapter in THROUGH INDIAN EYES: THE NATIVE EXPERIENCE IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN, which is also available through SPD.

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