A Broken Flute

A Broken Flute

The Native Experience in Books for Children

Book - 2005
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Seale and Slapin are with Oyate, a community-based Native organization located in Berkeley, California, dedicated to the honest portrayal of the lives, traditional arts and literature, and histories of Native Americans. Their unique guide brings attention to some of the gifted Native writers and illustrators published by Native and small presses du
Publisher: Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press ; Berkeley, CA : Oyate, c2005
ISBN: 9780759107786
0759107785
Branch Call Number: Ju PROF 970 Bro
Additional Contributors: Seale, Doris
Slapin, Beverly

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vpl_childrens Aug 04, 2016

This outstanding resource explores the portrayal of the native experience in children’s books and includes detailed reviews of hundreds of books, including many Canadian titles.

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mojack
Dec 10, 2010

Great resource for educators and anyone interested in Native authors and works! From SLJ: this book "points out the failure of mainstream publishers to represent Native work, and the crucial role that teachers and librarians must play in questioning non-Native work and in seeking authentic criticism."

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