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Native American

Juvenile literature

Where can I order recommended Native American literature?
Who has a blog that explains why many popular books are offensive to Native Americans? Debbie Reese
What do I do with the inappropriate books already in my collection? Use them as teaching tools.
Why should I be concerned with culturally appropriate Native American literature? This is the work of reconciliation, and it is about teaching our students to think critically.
Who are some good authors of Native American literature? Tim Tingle, Cynthia Leitich Smith, Joseph Bruchac, Thomas King, Louise Erdrich, Sherman Alexie, even Bruce McMillan.
How come none of these books ever win awards? They do! The American Indian Library Association has a Youth Literature Award given every two years to books such as "Crossing Bok Chitto" by Tim Tingle, "True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" by Sherman Alexie, and "Birchbark House" by Louise Erdrich.
What book won the AILA picture book for 2012? The Christmas Coat by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve
What book by Bruce McMillan is recommended? Salmon Summer (1996)
Does anyone publish leveled readers that portray Native children in a positive light? Eagle Crest Books
Where can I get information and lessons about the Wabanaki people? Penobscot Culture and History website and Maine Department of Education Wabanaki Studies website
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