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Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Publishes Fun-Filled Kids Book 'Wild Rice Road'
Manoomini-miikaans—The Wild Rice Road tells the story of two children on their way to an annual wild rice camp on the Saginaw Bay and was created to teach children respect for natu...
From Babies to Books: Publisher Delivers Native Voices to the World
What began as a midwifery operation in New York City more than a generation ago has morphed, decades later, into a small publisher of Native American and other titles, based in sou...
Native American Heritage Month: Children’s Books for Your Black Friday Shopping List
The holiday shopping season is upon us, and with Native American History Month winding down, now is a great time to combine the two with some recommendations that do double duty: T...
Mixed Reaction to Work of Where the Wild Things Are Late Author Maurice Sendak
Children’s book author Maurice Sendak, creator of the iconic Where the Wild Things Are and chronicler of the adventures of Max, has died at age 83...
Sherman Alexie’s Absolutely True Diary Makes ALA’s Most-Challenged List Again
Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian has made it onto the American Library Association’s (ALA) list of most-challenged books once again, though it has s...
Today Is Read Across America Day
Join the National Education Association (NEA) today in celebrating Read Across America Day, a day created to motivate children to read...
New Mexico Gears Up for Dr. Seuss Celebration
New Mexico schools will be celebrating the 108 th birthday of Dr...
School’s Out: Holiday Reading for Your Young Charges
School’s out for the holidays, and some youthful leisure time is upon us. But that’s no reason for kids to stop learning...
Mom Turned Author Creates Aboriginal Children’s Character
Faced with two sons learning to read and no dual-language books at her disposal, Emilie Corbiere took matters into her own hands...
ALSC Honors Three Native-authored Books
As reported by American Indians in Children's Literature , three books by Native Americans have made the 2011 list of notable books presented by the Association for Library Service...
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