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Multicultural Books in the TMC: Favorite books
How to find Multicultural resources in the Teaching Materials Center.
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Across cultures : a guide to multicultural literature for children
Kathy East and Rebecca L. Thomas
Call Number: TMC Pro 011.62 EAS (Floor 6 - TMC)
Bridges to Understanding
Linda M. Pavonetti
Call Number: PN1009.A1 B766 2011 (E-Book)
Publication Date: 2011-09-01
Many peoples, one land : a guide to new multicultural literature for children and young adults
Alethea K. Helbig, Agnes Regan Perkins.
Call Number: TMC Pro 810.9 HEL (Floor 6 - TMC)
Multicultural literature for children and young adults. Vol. 2, 1991-1996 : a selected listing of books by and about people of color
Ginny Moore Kruse, Kathleen T. Horning, Megan Schliesman
Call Number: Reference PN1009.A1 K785 1997 (floor 2 - building use only)
Favorite multicultural books
We All Sing With the Same Voice
J. Philip Miller and Sheppard M. Greene
Call Number: TMC 782.42 M6485w (TMC - floor 6)
Remember this from Sesame Street? This book comes with a CD so you can listen along.
The Skin You Live In
Call Number: TMC Easy TYL
Rhyming text and illustrations celebrate being content with the skin in which one lives, whatever that skin might be.
Colors of Me
Call Number: TMC Easy BAR
Intriguing collage illustrations frame this playful rhyme told through the eyes of a curious, creative young child who determines the whole world is full of color.
The Colors of Us
Call Number: TMC Easy KAT
Publication Date: 1999
Shades of People
Shelley Rotner and Sheila Kelly
Call Number: TMC Easy ROT (TMC - Floor 6)
Explores the many different shades of human skin, and points out that skin is just a covering that does not reveal what someone is like inside.
Call Number: TMC Easy HOO (TMC - Floor 6)
Bell Hooks writes lots of great multicultural books. Find them at the call # TMC Easy HOO, and then alphabetically by title.
What the World Eats
Call Number: TMC 641.3 M551w
Visually stimulating book depicting families from all continents and the food they eat. Thought-provoking and great for nutritional and regional comparisons.
Let’s Talk About Race
Call Number: TMC 305.8 L642L (TMC Floor 6)
The author introduces the concept of race as only one component in an individual’s or nation’s "story."
Black is Brown is Tan
Call Number: TMC Easy ADO (TMC - Floor 6)
Describes in a lyrical narrative, differences in color of people who are related through an interracial marriage.
Other fun stuff
Asian family puppets
Learning Resources / Childswork Childsplay
Call Number: TMC Nonbook 305.8 M9613a (TMC - Floor 6)
5 hand puppets. Hispanic, Black and White also available.
Father -- Mother -- Brother -- Sister -- Baby
For ages 3 and up.
Great craft projects from around the world
written & illustrated by William Reid
Call Number: TMC 745.5 R359g (TMC - Floor 6)
Multicultural folktales : readers theatre for elementary students
Suzanne I. Barchers
Call Number: TMC Pro 372.67 BAR (Floor 6 - TMC)
Also available electronically.
Call Number: TMCNonbook 786.8 W8813m
We have a large collection of ethnic musical instruments in the Nonbook area.
Links to web resources >>
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