How to Tell the Difference: A Guide for Evaluating Children's Books for Anti-Indian Bias

$5.50 each

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Makes it easier for parents, students, teachers and librarians to choose undistorted books about the lives and histories of indigenous peoples.

 

 

Reproduced from Through Indian Eyes: The Native Experience in Books for Children, the goal of this 30-page book is to make it easier for parents, students, teachers or librarians to choose undistorted books about the lives and histories of indigenous peoples.

Please note: This is a special edition version of the longtime Oyate classic, it is a photocopy of the 30 pages of material found in Through Indian Eyes, plus a special section that provides our updated criteria for evaluating books. Because it is a photocopy, rather than a bound book, we have reduced the price in half. 

 

 


Author: Beverly Slapin, Doris Seale (Santee/Cree), and Rosemary Gonzales (Ojibwe)

Illustrations: Black and white illustrations

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: 1996

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Various U.S. tribes