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By Bates, Albert
A primer on plastics for middle schoolers, with information on how plastics are made, what an enormous problem they are for the environment and what can be done to clean them up.
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By Padilla, Vienlo Stan; Bear, Walking Night
Seven tales based on North American Indian lore relate how the Creator gave us herbs and why we are to be thankful for them.
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By Hummingbird, Sally; Hummingbird, Jesse
Long ago Cherokee dancers would dance, and through dancing tell stories about the tribe. The wrapped themselves in colorful blankets and wore masks to represent people, feelings, and animals that shared their world. The masks had exaggerated features such as extra-long noses, big... bushy eyebrows, or horns to represent characters in the stories. The most popular Cherokee masks are represented here for children to color and do lessons in matching, mazes, completing sentences, connecting dots, counting, spelling, and more. For children age 5-8 years.Read more
By Culleton, Beatrice
A young bison growing up on the plains in the late 1800s faces peril at the hands of soldiers, who are destroying the great buffalo herds as a way to control native tribes. He is befriended by a native warrior and a white hunter who try to save him and his herd from annihilation.... ages 12 and upRead more
The history of the Iroquois Confederacy, its treaties, the deaths of chiefs, and changes in the life of its people, is written in the patterns on beaded belts called wampum belts. Wampum belts continue to be critical in ceremonies and as symbols of sovereignty and unification of ...the Six Nations.Read more
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