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Review of An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People

An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States for Young People by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz; adapted by Jean Mendoza and Debbie Reese Middle School, High School    Beacon    270 pp. 7/19    Paper ed.  978-0-8070-4939-6    $18.95 e-book ed.  978-0-8070-4940-2    $14.99 Mendoza and Reese, children’s literature scholars and bloggers at American Indians in Children’s...

Peeps and People

  Debbie ReeseDebbie Reese's Arbuthnot Lecture is up if you want to give a look and listen; I haven't listened yet but will; the lecture will also be published in a forthcoming issue of ALSC's Children and Libraries.         Peep Family MoomintrollThen, for fun, see Kitty Flynn's Peep-driven crisis of parenthood....

“Change happens when enough people demand it.”

Debbie in 1998: “Native American folktales are beautiful.”Debbie in 2017: “WTF was I thinking in 1998?!”When the Horn Book asked if I’d be interested in writing something for their Family Reading blog, I looked back at a Field Notes column I had written for the Magazine, way back in 1998....

Field Notes: “Mom, Look! It’s George, and He’s a TV Indian!”

The title for this article came from my daughter, Elizabeth. One day last year when I picked her up from kindergarten, she came rushing to me with a scrunched-up, angry face. Before she even said hello, she plopped down on the hallway floor and opened the George and Martha book...

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