What to Read Wednesday: Native American Culture Books for Kids

As Thanksgiving approaches, we are aware of cultural stereotypes surrounding Native Americans. Traditional history textbooks often perpetuate these stereotypes, so I strive to find good quality 'living' books to supplement our curriculum. The list I've compiled features some of our favorites, and I hope they all represent a culturally sensitive and historically accurate view of Native Americans.

The Best Native American Culture Books for Kids

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As Thanksgiving approaches, we are aware of cultural stereotypes surrounding Native Americans. Traditional history textbooks often perpetuate these stereotypes, so I strive to find good quality ‘living’ books to supplement our curriculum. The list I’ve compiled features some of our favorites, and I hope they all represent a culturally sensitive and historically accurate view of Native Americans.

Happy reading, and Happy Thanksgiving!

 
















Our favorite Native American culture books for kids

As Thanksgiving approaches, we are aware of cultural stereotypes surrounding Native Americans. Traditional history textbooks often perpetuate these stereotypes, so I strive to find good quality 'living' books to supplement our curriculum. The list I've compiled features some of our favorites, and I hope they all represent a culturally sensitive and historically accurate view of Native Americans.

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Comments (6)

  1. Michele Morin

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  2. Lisa/Syncopated Mama

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Hope you have a wonderful day!

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  3. Mother of 3

    These look like wonderful books. We just read Sky Dancers a week or so ago and were thrilled to realize it was about native american workers building the empire state building.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Isn’t that neat? I love how we unexpectedly learn so much from books like these! Thank you for stopping by, Mother of 3!

      Reply

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