[Library Media] Fwd: American Indians in Children's Literature -- Best Books, 2018

Juan Lee jtlee at utah.gov
Mon Dec 24 10:20:35 MST 2018



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From: Debbie Reese <dreese.nambe at gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Dec 22, 2018 at 4:10 AM
Subject: American Indians in Children's Literature -- Best Books, 2018
To: <AILA at si-listserv.si.edu>

Good morning!

As the year winds down, we at AICL make our list of Best Books. Most of
them are by Native writers. They're listed in these categories: Graphic
Novels, Board Books, Picture Books, for Middle Grades, and Young Adult. As
always--I think any book can be read by any reader, depending on that
reader's knowledge and who is reading with them.

Here's our list:

If you've got ones you've read that you'd like me to read and possibly
include, you can write to me directly at dreese.nambe at gmail.com -- and
thanks! I appreciate and welcome your recommendations.


Debbie Reese, Ph.D.
Tribally enrolled: Nambé Pueblo

Publisher of American Indians in Children's Literature
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/debreese
Email: dreese.nambe at gmail.com
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