By Barbara Kuipers
This annotated bibliography of greater than 2 hundred instructed reference books has been compiled to aid public librarians, university library media experts, and academics in delivering fine quality, proper nonfiction fabrics on American Indians. every one access has entire bibliographic facts and exhibits topic region and examining point. Annotations are long and talk about the strengths and weaknesses of every e-book and its strength use within the curriculum. additionally, a complete 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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Books of reference value for children and young adults should contain information written at an appropriate grade level. Often when authors present information for younger readers, they tend to oversimplify or romanticize the subject. In many books, authors omit important facts and "imagine" the details of an event in an attempt to make it more readable. In these cases, students may find more accurate information in encyclopedia articles. The most important criterion in evaluating information books for reference value is to select only the books that present a clear, unbiased view of the American Indian.
Reading textbooks can, at best, only provide an appetizer to encourage students to utilize classroom libraries, school libraries, community libraries, and bookstores. If meaningful and interesting stories are too difficult for beginning readers to read, then teachers need to read them out loud to their students (Reyhner 1988, 156). Evaluation Criteria Books of reference value to be included in a collection of American Indian literature should meet the same standards of evaluation required of any reference book.
Having written 120 books on a broad variety of subjects, she resists Boyd's attitude toward "secondary writers" (Donahue 1992, D2). Naomi Caldwell-Wood, President of the American Indian Library Association in 1992, acknowledges that most Native American materials are written, illustrated, and edited by non-Indians. While some books are excellent, others have patronizing overtones. Anthropologists, travelers, and historians translated and interpreted early American Indian words. Other earlier information was gathered from the journals, letters, diaries, and paintings and photographs of people who had contact with Indians.
American Indian reference and resource books for children and young adults by Barbara Kuipers