Scott King Book Awards
Resources For Meeting the Identity Development Needs of Ethnic Young
Adults was designed to support teachers and
librarians in their selection of quality appropriate and relevant literature
- Literature Resources for
Multicultural Connections through Trade Books
provides a searchable database of literature organized by grade level
as well as some enrichment links to more information.
Resources from the Internet School Library Media Center
- Scholastic's Multicultural
Book Finder enables you to search by cultures and types of communities
to get a short summary of each book. You can also use the BookFinder
locate other genres of books.
Pavilion features a teacher's corner,awareness
activities, multicultural song index, discussion forums and a listserv.
Also has links to online texts of African
American literature and Native
& Legends Camp Read-A-Lotta Links for
elementary school students
a Mile in My Shoes Multicultural Curriculum Resources from K-5 CyberTrail
- Skipping Stones is an award-winning multicultural magazine for children, young adults, and teachers. The magazine and website feature articles, stories, and poetry from around the globe and cover topics such as nature awareness, cultural celebrations, personal growth, gender issues, disability, and social responsibility.
- Encyclopedia of Myths provides detailed articles about various myths and legends from all over the world.
- American Indians in Children's Literature is a blog created by Debbie Reese, tribally enrolled at Nambe Pueblo and the Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Illinois.
Booklists of Multicultural Literature
This page last updated May, 2007.