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Children's Lit for a Diverse Society

Teacher-librarians, public librarians, and educators who want to discuss multicultural children's and 'tween literature are invited to join this group.

Members: 47
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2014

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Evaluating Multicultural and International Literature 1 Reply

Started by Judi Moreillon. Last reply by Barb Odanaka Sep 9, 2010.

Selection and Censorship of Children's Lit - 2008 43 Replies

Started by Judi Moreillon. Last reply by Chris Ruiz Oct 5, 2008.

El Trasero Del Rey 2 Replies

Started by MCarter9. Last reply by Chris Ruiz Oct 3, 2008.

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Comment by Nell Fleming on June 18, 2012 at 7:27pm

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Want to talk about Deaf culture and literature?  Join our new group too! 

Comment by Maria Luisa Retana on August 25, 2009 at 9:04pm



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For the 2009-2010 school year High Desert Productions recommends booking six months prior to your desired date. Our busiest time of the year is from January-May. Therefore been the first semester of the traditional school year more flexible. We are also available to present our workshops during the summer months to year around schools, libraries’ settings and summer programs within the 50 states. Our workshops can be done in a bilingual format, english and spanish. We are equipped to offer our workshops in a classroom setting as well as an assembly setting.

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Comment by Judi Moreillon on March 1, 2009 at 1:16pm
Hi Mary Katherine Saulsgiver,
Help!

I got an email notice saying you had posted a topic: I am seeking to build a collection of books which represent both traditional and current children's literature that provides positive images and role models which reflect the cultural attitudes of the target region.

Could you clarify you question? Are you thinking of particular regions in the U. S.

And let us know where your topic is posted? Thanks.
 

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