Native American Heritage Month

Written by Rochelle Krueger, Curriculum Associate

In support of Native American Heritage Month, the library has developed a display of resources representing a variety of different formats found in the Curriculum Collection — teaching aids, lesson plans, and juvenile literature.  Also available are non-book materials, including videos in DVD and VHS formats, books on CD, and Native American music.  The display is on the lower level, north side of the building.

A sample of the items are:

Native American Heritage Month Display

A Strange and Distant Shore:  Indians of the Great Plains in Exile, by Brent Ashabranner
+ E78.G73 A85 1996

The Return of the Buffaloes, by Paul Goble
+ E78.G73 G615 1996

Weave Little Stars into My Sleep:  Native American Lullabies, edited by Neil Philip
+ PM197.E3 W433 2002

Black Elk Speaks, as told to John Neihardt
Audio book:  Cd 1003 Print book:  E90.B82 A3 1961

Music of the Sioux and Navajo, recorded in Indian communities by Willard Rhodes
Sound recording:  T C 3181

Please stop by and celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the library and discover a treasure of materials!