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Cover of: Teaching multicultural literature in grades K-8 by edited by Violet J. Harris.

Teaching multicultural literature in grades K-8

Published by Christopher-Gordon Pub. in Norwood, MA .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Politics of children's literature : reflections on multiculturalism, and Christopher Columbus / Joel Taxel
Multicultural literature for children : making informed choices / Rudine Sims Bishop
Contemporary griots : African-American writers of children's literature / Violet J. Harris
Turning the page : Asian Pacific American children's literature / Elaine Aoki
Native Americans in books for the young / Donnarae MacCann
We have stories to tell : a case study of Puerto Ricans in Children's books / Sonia Nieto
Ideas a literature can grow on : key insights for enriching and expanding children's literature about the Mexican-American experience / Rosalinda B. Barrera, Olga Liguori, and Loretta Salas
Caribbean children's literature / Yahaya Bello
Sources for multicultural literature / Violet J. Harris.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Physical Object

Pagination xvii, 296 p. :
Number of pages 296

ID Numbers

Open Library OL18674571M
ISBN 10 0926842307
OCLC/WorldCat 28754808
Library Thing 7530124
Goodreads 4765714

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