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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

wondering about the Transgall Saga by Gary Paulsen. It was interesting until I got to the natives in this other world. What are your thoughts?

Heather Ann M. said...

I have a student who read a Jodi Picoult book called "Picture Perfect" and she's wondering about the legitimacy of the information. There is an anthropologist who ends up on a reservation in South Dakota where she stays until she finds herself to an extent. Just wondering if you are familiar with this and if there is accuracy in the text. I have not read it but thought I would see if you had. Thank you!

KL said...

I just watched the trailer for a 2017 movie called, "Te Ata." This is the description on Amazon: "Based on the inspiring, true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, a woman who traversed cultural barriers to become one of the greatest Native American performers of all time." Have you seen it? Are there any good books about her?

k woodworth said...

Hello! Have you read James Bird's THE BRAVE? I really liked it, but hesitate to recommend it to my library patrons if it isn't "authentic." Is it?

Unknown said...

Do you recommend "Thunder Cave", by Roland Smith? Also, have you published guidelines to help us choose books about Native Americans?