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A Broken Flute : The Native Experience in Books for Children
by Doris Seale and Beverly Slapin

Overview - A Broken Flute is a book of reviews that critically evaluate children's books about Native Americans written between the early 1900s and 2003, accompanied by stories, essays and poems from its contributors. The authors critique some 600 books by more than 500 authors, arranging titles A to Z and covering pre-school, K-12 levels, and evaluations of some adult and teacher materials.  Read more...

 
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Overview
A Broken Flute is a book of reviews that critically evaluate children's books about Native Americans written between the early 1900s and 2003, accompanied by stories, essays and poems from its contributors. The authors critique some 600 books by more than 500 authors, arranging titles A to Z and covering pre-school, K-12 levels, and evaluations of some adult and teacher materials. This book is a valuable resource for community and educational organizations, and a key reference for public and school libraries, and Native American collections.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780759107793
  • ISBN-10: 0759107793
  • Publisher: Altamira Press
  • Publish Date: November 2006
  • Page Count: 463


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Books > Literary Criticism > Children's Literature - General
Books > Literary Criticism > Native American
Books > Literary Criticism > Books & Reading

 
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