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Children's and Young Adult Multicultural Literature

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Selected Resources
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Locations given after the call number.
MIDL= Troy H. Middleton Library
EDUC= Education Resources Center, 227 Middleton Library
*LSU Virtual Library, Webliography, African-Americana


General Sources Building Bridges of Understanding Between Cultures.
Charlotte Keating. (Tucson, AR: Palo Verde), 1971.
Z 1037 K3 1971 MIDL


Crossing borders with literature of diversity.
Julia Candace Corliss. (Norwood, Mass: Christopher-Gordon Publishers), c1998.
LC 1099 .3 C674 1998 EDUC JV-Ref


Cultural Pluralism and Children's Media.
Esther Dyer, Compiler. (Chicago, IL: American Library Association), 1978.
Z 675 S3 C88 MIDL


Developing multicultural awareness through children's literature: a guide for teachers and librarians, grades K-8.
Patricia Roberts. (Jefferson, N.C: McFarland), 1993.
Z 1361 E4 R63 1993 EDUC JV-Ref


Different Faces: Growing Up With Books in a Multicultural Society.
(London: Pluto), 1988.
PR 990 W44 1988 MIDL


Guidelines for Selecting Bias-Free Textbooks and Storybooks.
Council on Interracial Books for Children. (New York, NY: Council on Interracial Books for Children), 1980.
LB 3047 C68 1980 MIDL


Celebrate America's Diversity: Holidays, Festivals and Histroical Events Celebrated and Recognized by African Americans, American Indians, Asian/Pacific Islanders and Latinos.
(Chicago, IL: ALA Graphics), 1993.
GT 4803 C4 1993 EDUC


Learning in living color: using literature to incorporate multicultural EDUC into the primary curriculum
Alora J. Valdez. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon), c1999.
LB1527 .V35 1999 EDUC


More Than Skin Deep: Developing Anti-Racist Multicultural Education in Schools.
Ian Massey. (London: Hodder and Sloughton), 1991.
LC 1099.3 G37 1991 MIDL


The Multicolored Mirror: Cultural Substance in Literature for Children and Young Adults.
Merri Lindgren, editor. Cooperative Children's Book Center. (Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith Press), 1991.
Z 1037 M398 1991 EDUC - JV Ref


Multicultural friendship stories and activities for children ages 5-14
Patricia Roberts. (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press), 1998.
LC1099 .R623 1998 EDUC


A multicultural guide to thematic units for young children.
Jeri Carroll. (Carthage, IL: Good Apple), c1993.
LC 1099 .3 C37 1993 EDUC


Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults: A Selected Listing of Books, 1980-1990,
By and About People of Color.
3rd edition
Ginny Moore Kruse and Kathleen T. Horning. (Madison, WI: Cooperative Children's Book Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction), 1991.
Z 1039 B56 K78 1991 EDUC - JV Ref


Multicultural Programming.
Rita Cox. (Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Library Association), 1989.
Z 718.2 C2 C68 1989 MIDL


Multicultural projects index: things to make and do to celebrate festivals, cultures, and holidays around the world, 4th ed.
Mary Anne Pilger. (Westport, CN: Libraries Unlimited), 2005.
LC 1099 .P55 2005 EDUC REF


Multicultural Spoken here: Discovering America's People Through Language Arts and Library Skills.
Josephine Chase. (Santa Monica, CA: Goodyear Publishing Co.), 1979.
E 184 A1 C445 MIDL


Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information and Resources.
(Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon), 1990.
LC 1099.3 T54 1999 EDUC


Multi-Ethnic Books for Young Children.
Louise Griffin. (Washington D.C.: National Association for the Education of Young Children), 1971.
Z 1037.9 G7 EDUC


Our Family, Our Friends, Our World: An Annotated Guide to Significant Multicultural Books for Children and Teenagers.
Lyn Miller-Lachmann. (New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker), 1992.
Z 1037 M654 1992 EDUC - JV Ref


Promoting World Understanding Through Literature, K-8.
Mary C. Austin. (Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited), 1983.
Z 1361 E4 A93 1983 MIDL


Racism and Sexism in Children's Books.
Writers and Readers. (New York, NY: Council on Interracial Books for Children), 1979.
PN 1009 A1 R23 MIDL


Reading into Racism: Bias in Children's Literature and Learning Materials.
Gillian Klein. (London: Routledge), 1985.
LB 3045.64 K57 1985 MIDL


Turning on Learning: Five Approaches for Multicultural Teaching Plans for Race, Class, Gender, and Disability.
Carl A. Grant and Christine E. Sleet. (Columbus, OH: Merill Publishing Co.), 1989.
LC 1099.3 G73 1989 MIDL


Using multicultural literature to teach K-4 social studies:a thematic unit approach
Barbara Edwards. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon), c2002.
LB1530 .E39 2002 EDUC


Venture Into Cultures: A Resource Book of Multicultural Materials and Programs.
Edited by Carla D. Hayden. (Chicago, IL: American Library Association), 1992.
Z 1037.9 V467 1992 EDUC - JV Ref


Writing across the curriculum in secondary classrooms: teaching from a diverse perspective
(Upper Saddle River, N.J: Merrill Prentice Hall), c2001.
LB1631 .W693 2001 EDUC



Periodicals Interracial Books for Children Bulletin.
(New York, NY: Council on Interracial Books for Children)
PN 1009 A1 I55 MIDL


MultiCultural review: dedicated to a better understanding of ethnic, racial, and religious diversity.
(Westport, CT: GP Subscription Publications), c1992-
Z711.8 .J68 MIDL



Afro-American Literature Sources The Black American in Books for Children: Readings in Racism. 2nd Edition
Donnarae MacCann and Gloria Woodard, ed. (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press), 1985.
PS 173 N4 B57 1985 MIDL


Black Authors and Illustrators for Children's Books; A Biographical Dictionary.
Barbara Rollock. (New York, NY: Garland), 1988
PN 1009 A1 B53 1999 EDUC - JV Ref


Black Books Galore!--guide to great African American children's books about boys
Donna Rand. (New York: Wiley), c2001.
E185 .R334 2001 EDUC - JV Ref


Black Books Galore!--guide to great African American children's books about girls
Donna Rand. (New York :John Wiley), c2001
E185 .R366 2001 EDUC


Black History: A Book of Culturally Based Activities for K-6 Children. 2nd Edition
Barbara Schubert. (San Jose, CA: Reflections and Images). 1977.
E 184.7 S38 EDUC


Black history month resource book 1st ed.
(Detroit :Gale Research), c1993.
E 184 .7 B53 1993 EDUC REF


A Book of Famous Black Americans: Complete Units for Teachers of Children Ages 4-8.
Carol Taylor Bond. (Livonia, MI: Partner Press, Mt. Rainier, MD: Distributed by Gryphon House), 1989.
E 184.7 B66 1989 EDUC


Books by African-American Authors and Illustrators for Children and Young Adults.
Helen E. Williams. (Chicago, IL: American Library Association), 1991.
Z 1037 W672 1992 EDUC - JV Ref


Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Awards: 101 ideas & activities
Nancy Polette. (Fort Atkinson, Wis: Alleyside Press), c2000.
PS 173 N4 P65 2000 EDUC


Cultural Conformity in Books for Children: Further Readings in Racism.
Donnarae MacCann and Gloria Woodward, editors. (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press), 1977.
PN 1009 Z6 C8 MIDL


Shadow and Substance: Afro-American Experience in Contemporary Children's Fiction.
Rudine Simes. (Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English), 1982.
PS 374 C45 S55 1982 EDUC
PS 374 C45 S55 1982 MIDL


Telling Tales: The Pedagogy and Promise of African American Literature for Youth.
Dianne Johnson. (New York, NY: Greenwood), 1990.
PS 153 N5 J64 1990 MIDL



Other Works The Afro-Americans.
Howard Snead. (New York, NY: Chelsea House Publishers), 1989.
YP 973 SM637A EDUC


All the Colors of the Race: Poems.
Arnold Adoff. (New York, NY: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Books), 1982.
YP 811 AD239A EDUC


The Black Americans: A History in Their Own Words, 1619-1983.
(New York, NY: T.Y. Crowell), 1984.
YP 973 M528B EDUC


A Dream of Freedom: the Civil Rights Movement from 1954 to 1968
Diane McWhorter. (New York: Scholastic), c2004.
YP 323.1 M177D EDUC


Freedom like sunlight: praisesongs for Black Americans.
Lewis J. Patrick. (Mankato [MN.]: Creative Editions), 2000.
YP 811 L6744F EDUC


Here in Harlem: poems in many voices, 1st ed.
Walter Dean Myers. (New York: Holiday House), c2004.
YP 811 M9968HE EDUC


Kwanzaa.
A.P. Porter. (Minneapolis, MN: Candrhoda Books), 1991.
YP 394.2 P844K EDUC


Langston's train ride, 1st ed.
Robert Burleigh. (New York: Orchard Books), 2004.
YP 921 H893B EDUC


The New York Public Library amazing African American history: a book of answers for kids
Diane Patrick. (New York: Wiley), c1998.
YP 973 P314N EDUC


Now Is Your Time.
Walter Dean Myers. (New York, NY: Harper Collins Publishers), 1991.
YP 973 M9968N EDUC YP KING


Stretch your wings:famous Black quotations for teens, 1st ed.
(Boston: Little Brown), c1999.
YP 973 ST9155 EDUC


Sweet music in Harlem, 1st ed.
Debbie A. Taylor. (New York: Lee & Low Books), c2004
YP EASY T2393S EDUC


Wee sing America [sound recording]
Pamela Conn Beall. (New York: Price Stern Sloan), c2002, p1987.
COMPACT DISC 2807 EDUC


World's greatest speeches [electronic resource].
MRDF 119 EDUC



Biographies Bayard Rustin:behind the scenes of the civil rights movement, 1st ed.
James Haskins. (New York: Hyperion Books for Children), c1997.
YP 921 R971H EDUC


Extraordinary Black Americans from Colonial to Contemporary Times.
Susan Altman. (Chicago, IL: Children's Press), 1989.
YP 920 AL4685E EDUC


Fight on!: Mary Church Terrell's battle for integration
Dennis B Fradin. (New York: Clarion Books), c2003.
YP 921 T325F EDUC


Frederick Douglass and the Fight for Freedom.
Douglas T. Miller. (New York, NY: Facts on File), 1988.
YP 921 D737MI EDUC


Frederick Douglass the Black Lion.
Pat McKissack. (Chicago, IL: Children's Press), 1987.
YP 921 D737M EDUC


Frederick Douglass:for the great family of man, 1st ed.
Peter Burchard. (New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers), c2003.
YP 921 D737BU EDUC


Langston's train ride, 1st ed.
Robert Burleigh. (New York: Orchard Books), 2004
YP 921 H893B EDUC


Martin's big words: the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, 1st ed.
Doreen Rappaport. (New York: Jump at the Sun/Hyperion Books for Children), c2001.
YP 921 K53R EDUC


Mary McLeod Bethune: A Great American Educator.
Pat McKissack. (Chicago, IL: Children's Press), 1985.
YP 921 B563M EDUC


Only passing through:the story of Sojourner Truth, 1st ed.
Anne F. Rockwell. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf: Distributed by Random House), c2000.
YP 921 T874R EDUC


Outstanding Black Americans.
(St. Paul, MN: TREND Enterprises), 1988.
E 185 O96 1988 EDUC


Paul Laurence Dunbar, A Poet to Remember.
Pat McKissack. (Chicago, IL: Children's Press), 1984.
YP 921D 899M EDUC


Rosa Parks.
Eloise Greenfield. (New York, NY: Harper Collins), 1995.
YP 921 P2527G 1995 EDUC


Sojourner Truth, A Self-Made Woman.
Victoria Ortiz. (Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott), 1974.
YP 921 T8740 EDUC


Unsung Black Americans.
Edith Gilbert Stull. (New York, NY: New York, Grossett & Dunlap), 1971.
920 ST934SU EDUC


The voice that challenged a nation:Marian Anderson and the struggle for equal rights
Russell Freedman. (New York: Clarion Books), c2004.
YP 921 AN548F EDUC

Wake up our souls: a celebration of Black American artists
Tonya Bolden. (New York: H.N. Abrams [Washington, D.C.])
YP 704.03 B687W EDUC



Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Children's Books Martin Luther King Day.
Linda Lowery. (Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books), 1987.
YP 921 K531 EDUC


Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jacqueline L. Harris. (New York, NY: F. Watts), 1983.
YP 921 K53h 1983 EDUC


Martin Luther King, Jr., A Man to Remember.
Pat McKissack. (Chicago, IL: Children's Press), 1984.
YP 921 K53M EDUC


Martin Luther King, Jr.: America's Great Nonviolent Leader in the Struggle for Human Rights.
Valarie Schloredt. (Milwaukee, MN: G. Stevens), 1988.
TP 921 K53S EDUC


Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Freedom Movement.
Lillie Patterson. (New York, NY: Facts on File.), 1989.
E 185.97 K5 P29 1989 EDUC


Meet Martin Luther King, Jr.
James T. DeKay. (New York, NY: Random House), 1989.
YP 921 K53D EDUC



Indexes

Main Page: Index of temporary web documents

  • index.html Martin Luther King, Jr. Main Menu
  • srs211.html Spiritual, Jazz & Blues Music.
  • srs212.html African-American History: A Gudie to Selected Reference Sources
  • srs213.html Violence in the Community: Selected Reference Sources
  • birmingham Martin Luther King, Jr. Letter from Birmingham City Jail (April 16, 1963)
  • srs215.html Martin Luther King, Jr. Sources in the LSU Libraries
  • srs216.html Timeline of Events in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Life
  • srs217.html Children's and Young Adult Multicultural Literature; Afro-American Children's Literature; and Books About Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • srs218.html Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Biographical Sketch
  • srs219.html African-American Women: A Selective Bibliography of LSU Resources




Online Catalog

Use the Online Catalog to locate books and journals held by the LSU Libraries on this topic. To search by subject, use established Library of Congress Subject Headings from the red volumes by the Reference Desk. Use the subject search command. Relevant general headings include:

african american history
afro americans
children's literature
civil rights workers
juvenile literature
children's literature


Note also that the subheading: -- Biography and -- Juvenile Literature occur under headings of ethnicity,
for example:

Afro American -- Biography
Afro American -- Biography -- Juvenile Literature
Afro American -- Bibliography
American Indian -- Biography
Asian -- Biography


The keyword search is also useful as an alternative search method, to find items lacking in-depth subject headings:

afro american
afro american biography


Similar searches in the indexes and database section on the Library Homepage will help locate journal articles on these topics.




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