Through Indian eyes: the native experience in books for children
American Indian Studies Center, University of California, 1998 - History - 246 pages
Through Indian Eyes is a compilation of work by Native parents, educators, poets, and writers. It contains essays, poetry, critical reviews of more than 100 children's books by and about Indian peoples, a guide to evaluating children's books for anti-Indian bias, a recommended bibliography, and a resource section of Native publishers and organizations.
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