Download American Indian reference and resource books for children by Barbara Kuipers PDF

By Barbara Kuipers

ISBN-10: 1563082586

ISBN-13: 9781563082580

This annotated bibliography of greater than 2 hundred suggested reference books has been compiled to aid public librarians, college library media experts, and lecturers in delivering fine quality, appropriate nonfiction fabrics on American Indians. each one access has whole bibliographic facts and exhibits topic sector and interpreting point. Annotations are long and speak about the strengths and weaknesses of every booklet and its strength use within the curriculum. moreover, a whole part is dedicated to standards for choosing books approximately American Indians that keep away from stereotypes and make sure objectivity, and an easy-to-use record for comparing fabrics is integrated.

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Shores and Krzys 1979, 146-47) Page 8 Broadus agrees with these criteria and adds three more requirements for reference books: (1) clarity in style is essential; (2) physical format should be easily readable, be sturdily bound, have quality paper, and contain good visuals; and (3) users should easily find answers to questions they ask and information they want (Broadus 1981, 171). Authorship The authorship (which includes illustration) of nonfiction books to be selected as part of a reference collection of American Indian literature needs to be carefully considered.

I saw it as a time for lawful and hopefully nonviolent protests protected by a Constitution we did not write. " Campbell, the only Native American in Congress, relates the strengths of Native Americans before Columbus's arrival in the New World. Native Americans had advanced cultures with strong family structures, devout religious beliefs, representative and elective governments, respect for elders, sophisticated medicine, and an ecologically sound way of life (Worsnop 1992, 387). In recent years, a renewed interest in Indian art and spiritual values has surfaced.

The responsibility for developing a well-balanced collection of books of reference value thus assumes major significance for the public and school library professional. One of the most demanding responsibilities of the library professional is the selection of appropriate materials that will meet the nonfiction reading and educational needs of all children and young adults who use library services. Carefully selected American Indian nonfiction books of reference value that cover all subject areas on an appropriate reading level will provide access to information and ideas and promote lifelong learning.

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