Wednesday, November 14, 2007

"read" in Native Languages

Tulsa City-County Library has given permission for people to use this graphic for educational, non-commercial purposes. If you have questions please contact Sue Anderson at


  1. Howka sister... I just wanted you to know I have added your link to our tribal library blogspot.. I wanted our tribal members to know about childrens books from a tribal perspective. I love what you do.Keep up the good work and keep posting wherever u can.
    Karen-Tribal Librarian
    Santa Ysabel Tribal Library

  2. This is awesome. I will post this to my library website. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thank you, Debbie; I have posted this on Rasco from RIF. Do you know if Tulsa has this in poster form? I would like to have one for my office, will write Sue.

  4. Carol,

    Let me know what you hear from Sue.


  5. Debbie- thanks again for posting this, we are getting requests and interest in the READ image. We have updated it with more translations and continue to gather them. The more exposure this gets, the more translations we may find, so thank you for putting it out there on the blogosphere :-)

    Here is a link to the most recent version, which you can always print for free...

    And here is a link to our Cafe Press store where you can purchase posters, t shirts, etc.


    Sue Anderson
    Maxwell Park Librar
    Tulsa City County Library



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