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sacred objects as school art projects ruled
transgression of church and state, 24
sand paintings, 21–22
self-portraits, 76
sewing with beads, 39–40
Sun Dance skull, 19
totem poles, 19
watercolor paintings, 103–104
Art and Writing throughout the Year (Walrows and
Tekerean), 79, 81
arts, books and activities, 94–95
art traditions
books and activities, 91–93
inaccurate curriculum, problems with, 10
Associated Press, “School scolded for Hindu
dolls,” 26
Aunt Flossie’s Hats (Howard), 76, 80
authors’ reflections. See Guy’s perspective;
Sally’s perspective
B Banks, Lynne Reid, 13, 14–15, 26
Base, Graeme, 17, 26
Baseball Bats for Christmas (Kusugak), 42–43,
45, 141
bath time, books and activities, 34–36
Battle, Monica, 117, 119–120, 122
Begay, Shonto, 111, 113, 138
Be My Valentine (Wigand), 14, 27
Best Best Colors (Hoffman), 76, 80
Beyale, Wayne, 158
Bigelow, Bill, 13, 26, 149
The Big Tree and the Little Tree (Tappage and
Speare), 105, 113, 144
Bird, JoAnne, 158
Black Is Brown Is Tan (Adoff), 76, 80
Black Lodge Singers, 70, 80, 156
blank books
Chester Bear, 54
community animals, 91
dancers, 71
family seasonal traditions, 73
trees, 108
blocks activities
arctic animals, 87
Bredekamp, Sue, 12, 26
Bridwell, Norman, 17, 26
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky (Jeffers), 147
Bruchac, Joseph, 60, 62, 77–78, 80, 139
Bruna, Dick, 97
Brynjolson, Rhian, 75, 80, 139
Byron Through the Seasons (Children of La Loche
and Friends), 72, 80, 142
C Canyon Records, 163
Carlson, Laurie, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 152
Castañeda, Omar S., 57, 62, 139
The Cat in the Hat Dictionary (Eastman), 12, 26
ceremonies books and activities, 93–94
inaccurate curriculum, problems with, 10
totem poles, 19
Changes (Nakai), 154
Charlie Needs a Cloak (dePaola), 58, 62
Cheryl’s Potlatch (Thompson), 93, 97, 144
Chester Bear, Where Are You? (Eyvindson), 51,
62, 140
Chief Seattle, 7, 147
children differences, appreciating, 33
Native American perspectives, incorporating
into curriculum
bath time, 34–36
nonrecommended activities, 44–45
pets, 41–42
shoes, 37–40
toys, 42–44
perception of differences and similarities, xiii
similarities, building on, 32–33
using counterimages to change perceptions,
31–32 Children of La Loche and Friends, 72, 80, 142
children’s literature
alphabet books, 89–90
authenticity, need for, 9
class stories, 95
counting or alphabet books with stereotypi-
cal images, not recommended, 96
dance books, 69
families, 76
inaccurate curriculum, problems with, 9
problematic books, 145–148
quilt books, 58
recommended books, 138–145
selection guidelines, generally, 135–137
using as examples in text, xii, xiii
Clambake (Peters), 142
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