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1 GLOBAL AND MULTICULTURAL CHOICE BOOKS Presentation created by, Kali Burns

2 What makes a book Global or Multicultural Literature? My Librarian is a Camel How Books Are Brought to Children Around the World By, Margriet Ruurs From BooklistBooklist Gr Bookmobiles are only the beginning. For less-accessible locales think donkey cart, bicycle, camel back, elephant, even wheelbarrow. In a series of compelling case studies, Ruurs presents examples from 13 countries--Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe- of children and books being brought together thanks to dedication, hard work, and ingenuity.

3 Mama Panya’s Pancakes By Illus. by Julia Cairns. Cambridge, MA: Barefoot Books. Chamberlin, Mary and Chamberlin, Rich

4 Mama Panya's pancakes: A village tale from Kenya. Illus. by Julia Cairns. Cambridge, MA: Barefoot Books. Chamberlin, Mary and Chamberlin, Rich Great books from around the world! On market day, Mama Panya s son Adika invites everyone he sees to a pancake dinner. How will Mama Panya ever feed them all? This clever and heartwarming story about Kenyan village life teaches the importance of sharing, even when you have little to give. -Published March 1st 2006 by Barefoot Books (first published 2005) ow/ Mama_Panya_s_Pancak es

5 By Marlene Carvell Sweetgrass Basket

6 School Library Journal: Grade 5-8–In alternating free verse, two Mohawk sisters tell of their lives at the Carlisle Indian School near the turn of the 20th century. Carvell uses the experiences of her husband's family, and research from the Cumberland County Historical Society, to relate the stories of Mattie and Sarah. After their mother's death, their father sadly dispatches them to the boarding school, where the siblings cling to their language and a few precious items as the rest of their culture is stripped away from them. They long for family, for friendship, and for home, but their attempts to obtain any of these things result in a tragic and true-to-life ending. Sweetgrass basket - Marlene Carvell

7 The forbidden schoolhouse: The true and dramatic story of Prudence Crandall and her students. By, Suzanne Jurmain From Booklist:Booklist *Starred Review* Gr Jurmain has plucked an almost forgotten incident from history and has shaped a compelling, highly readable book around it. In 1831, Prudence Crandall opened a school for young white ladies. When asked by an African American teenager if she might join the class, Crandall, whose sympathies were with the abolitionists, agreed. So begins a jolting episode in which Crandall turned her school into one for girls of color, and is both tormented and sued by the citizenry of Canterbury, Connecticut, who wanted no part of African Americans in their town.

8 Prudence Crandall is honored October 23, 2008 Senate President helps dedicate Prudence Crandall statue inside State Capitol. Senator Williams welcomes Canterbury’s First Selectman and Museum Director to the Capitol for a ceremony. williams html

9 Choice Books List: Notable Books for a Global Society Booklist:  All these books were copyright in 2005: Ahmadi, Farah. The story of my life: An Afghan girl on the other side of the sky. New York: Simon and Schuster. Bartoletti, Susan Campbell. Hitler youth: Growing up in Hitler's shadow. New York: Scholastic. Carling, Amelia Lau.Sawdust carpets. Toronto: Groundwood/Douglas & McIntyre. Carvell, Marlene. Sweetgrass basket. New York: Dutton. Chamberlin, Mary and Chamberlin, Rich. Mama Panya's pancakes: A village tale from Kenya. Illus. by Julia Cairns. Cambridge, MA: Barefoot Books.  Cheng, Andrea. Shanghai messenger. Illus. by Ed Young. New York: Lee and Low Books. Giovanni, Nikki. Rosa. Illus. by Bryan Collier. New York: Henry Holt and Company. Hillman, Laura. I will plant you a lilac tree: A Memoir of a Schindler's list survivor. New York: Atheneum.

10  Johnson-Davis, Denys. Goha the wise fool. Illus. by Hag Handy and Hany. New York: Philomel. Jurmain, Suzanne. The forbidden schoolhouse: The true and dramatic story of Prudence Crandall and her students. New York: Houghton Mifflin. Krinitz, Esther Nisenthal, and Steinhardt, Bernice. Memories of survival. New York: Hyperion. Lester, Julius. The Old African. Illus. by Jerry Pinkney. New York: Dial Books. Millman, Isaac. Hidden child. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux. Nelson, Marilyn. A wreath for Emmett Till. Illus. by Philippe Lardy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Park, Linda Sue. Project mulberry. New york: Clarion. Rappaport, Doreen. The school is not white! A true story of the Civil Rights Movement. Illus. by Curtis James. New York: Hyperion. Reich, Susanna. José!: Born to dance: The story of José Limon. Illus. by Raul Colon: New York: Simon & Schuster. Ruurs, Martriet. My librarian is a camel: How books are brought to children around the world. New York: Boyds Mills Press. Say, Allen. Kamishibai man. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 

11  Staples, Suzanne Fisher. Under the persimmon tree. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. Tal, Eve. Double crossing. El Paso, TX: Cinco Puntos Press. Weatherford, Carole Boston. A Negro league scrapbook. Honesdale: Boyds Mills Press. Williams, Mary. Brothers in hope: The story of the lost boys of Sudan. Illus. by R. Gregory Christie. New York: Lee & Low books. Woodson, Jacqueline. Show way. Illus. by Hudson Talbott. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Yoo, Paula. Sixteen years in sixteen seconds. Illus. by Don Lee. New York: Lee & Low.

12 NON-FICTION  Africa  Tunisia to Africatrek: A Journey by Bicycle Through Africa Dan Buettner  South Africa (1998 NBGS)  West Africa Amistad: A Long Road to Freedom (1999 NBGS) Walter Dean Myers  At Her Majesty’s Request: An African Princess Walter Dean Myers  in Victorian England (2000 NBGS)  Asia  China China’s Son: Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution Da Chen  (2002 NBGS)  Confucius: The Golden Rule (2003 NBGS) Russell Freedman  Japan Grass Sandals: The Travels of Basho (1998 NBGS) Dawnine Spivak  *Hana’s Suitcase (2004 NBGS) In Search of the Spirit: The Living National Sheila Hamanaka  Treasures of Japan (2000 NBGS) and Ayano Ohmi  *Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story (1998 NBGS) Ken Mochizuki  *Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara, Hero of the Holocaust Alison Leslie Gold  (2001 NBGS)  Korea My Freedom Trip: A Child’s Escape From North Korea Frances Park and  (1999 NBGS) Ginger Park  Tibet Our Journey From Tibet: Based on a True Story Laurie Dolphin  (1998 NBGS)  Vietnam Ten Mice for Tet (2004 NBGS) Pegi Deitz Shea and  Cynthia Weill  Note. Books noted with asterisk (*) are also listed in Europe and Religions sections.  Booklist to accompany Breaking Boundaries With Global Literature: Celebrating Diversity in K– 12 Classrooms by Nancy L. Hadaway and Marian J. McKenna, editors.  © 2007 International Reading Association. Available at May be printed and copied for classroom use.  1  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Europe  Czechoslovakia Fireflies in the Dark: The Story of Friedl Dicke-Brandeis Susan Goldman Rubin  and the Children of Terezin (2001 NBGS)  Czechoslovakia Hana’s Suitcase (2004 NBGS) Karen Levine  (and Japan)  Germany Luba: The Angel of Bergen-Belsen (2004 NBGS) Luba Trysznska-  Frederick  Parallel Journeys (1996 NBGS) Eleanor H. Ayer  Holland and Anne Frank: A Hidden Life (2001 NBGS) Mirjam Pressler  Germany  Ireland *One Belfast Boy (2000 NBGS) Patricia McMahon  Lithuania **Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story Ken Mochizuki  (1998 NBGS)  **Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara, Hero of the Alison Leslie Gold  Holocaust (2001 NBGS)  Poland, Germany, No Pretty Pictures: A Child of War (1999 NBGS) Anita Lobel  and Sweden  Note. Book noted with asterisk (*) is also listed in Religions section. Books noted with two asterisks  (**) are also listed in Asia section.  Middle East  Israel *Masada (1999 NBGS) Neil Waldman  Egypt, Syria, *Saladin: Noble Prince of Islam (2003 NBGS) Diane Stanley  and Kingdom  of Jerusalem  (12th century)  Note. Books noted with asterisk (*) are also listed in Religions section.  2  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  North America  African American *“Dear Friend”: Thomas Garrett & William Still, Judith Bentley  Collaborators on the Underground Railroad  (1998 NBGS)  Free to Dream—The Making of a Poet: Audrey Osofsky  Langston Hughes (1997 NBGS)  Going Back Home: An Artist Returns to the South Michele Wood  (1997 NBGS) and Toyomi Igus  Harlem Stomp! A Cultural History of the Harlem Laban Carrick Hill  Renaissance (2005 NBGS)  I Have a Dream (1998 NBGS) Dr. Martin Luther  King, Jr.  Leagues Apart: The Men and Times of the Negro Lawrence S. Ritter  Baseball Leagues (1996 NBGS)  Osceola: Memories of a Sharecropper’s Daughter Alan Govenar  (2001 NBGS)  Slavery Time: When I Was Chillun (1998 NBGS) Belinda Hurmence  (editor)  Through My Eyes (2000 NBGS) Ruby Bridges  The Voice That Challenged a Nation: Marian Anderson Russell Freedman  and the Struggle for Equal Rights (2005 NBGS)  Slave Spirituals and the Jubilee Singers (2002 NBGS) Michael L. Cooper  Japanese American The Children of Topaz: The Story of a Japanese- Michael O. Tunnell  American Internment Camp (1997 NBGS) and George W.  Chilcoat  Mexican American Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez Kathleen Krull  (2004 NBGS)  In My Family/En Mi Familia (1997 NBGS) Carmen Lomas Garza  Mexico The Pot That Juan Built (2003 NBGS) Nancy Andrews-  Goebel  Multicultural Immigrants (1996 NBGS) Martin W. Sandler  Tenement: Immigrant Life on the Lower East Side Raymond Bial  (2003 NBGS)  Muslim American Celebrating Ramadan (2002 NBGS) Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  Russian American *Streets of Gold (2000 NBGS) Rosemary Wells  (Jewish)  3  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Vietnamese Escape From Saigon: How a Vietnam War Orphan Andrea Warren  American Became an American Boy (2005)  Native American Children of Native America Today (2004 NBGS) Y.W. Dennis and  Arlene Hirschfelder  Lasting Echoes: An Oral History of Native Joseph Bruchac  American People (1998 NBGS)  Native American Lacrosse: The National Game of the Iroquois Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  (Iroquois) (1999 NBGS)  Native American Lakota Hoop Dancer (2000 NBGS) Jacqueline Left Hand  (Lakota) Bull and Suzanne  Haldane  Native American Sitting Bull and His World (2001 NBGS) Albert Marrin   Acclaimed Graphic Novels: From the Young Adult Library Services Association nnotations/08ggnt.cfm nnotations/08ggnt.cfm   Geary, Rick. Trotsky: A Graphic Biography. Hill and Wang The mind behind the Soviet Revolution and the foundation of the U.S.S.R. Guibert, Emmanuel. Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors without Borders. First Second In 1986 a young French photographer accompanied Doctors Without Borders into war torn Afghanistan. This is his story.   Gaiman, Neil and P. Craig Russell. Sandman: The Dream Hunters. DC Comics/Vertigo The tale of a young Buddhist monk and the fox spirit who loves him.   Kim, Dong Hwa. The Color of Earth. First Second

13  Treasures of Japan (2000 NBGS) and Ayano Ohmi  *Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story (1998 NBGS) Ken Mochizuki  *Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara, Hero of the Holocaust Alison Leslie Gold  (2001 NBGS)  Korea My Freedom Trip: A Child’s Escape From North Korea Frances Park and  (1999 NBGS) Ginger Park  Tibet Our Journey From Tibet: Based on a True Story Laurie Dolphin  (1998 NBGS)  Vietnam Ten Mice for Tet (2004 NBGS) Pegi Deitz Shea and  Cynthia Weill  Note. Books noted with asterisk (*) are also listed in Europe and Religions sections.  Booklist to accompany Breaking Boundaries With Global Literature: Celebrating Diversity in K– 12 Classrooms by Nancy L. Hadaway and Marian J. McKenna, editors.  © 2007 International Reading Association. Available at May be printed and copied for classroom use.  1  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Europe  Czechoslovakia Fireflies in the Dark: The Story of Friedl Dicke-Brandeis Susan Goldman Rubin  and the Children of Terezin (2001 NBGS)  Czechoslovakia Hana’s Suitcase (2004 NBGS) Karen Levine  (and Japan)  Germany Luba: The Angel of Bergen-Belsen (2004 NBGS) Luba Trysznska-  Frederick  Parallel Journeys (1996 NBGS) Eleanor H. Ayer  Holland and Anne Frank: A Hidden Life (2001 NBGS) Mirjam Pressler  Germany  Ireland *One Belfast Boy (2000 NBGS) Patricia McMahon  Lithuania **Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story Ken Mochizuki  (1998 NBGS)  **Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara, Hero of the Alison Leslie Gold  Holocaust (2001 NBGS)  Poland, Germany, No Pretty Pictures: A Child of War (1999 NBGS) Anita Lobel  and Sweden  Note. Book noted with asterisk (*) is also listed in Religions section. Books noted with two asterisks  (**) are also listed in Asia section.  Middle East  Israel *Masada (1999 NBGS) Neil Waldman  Egypt, Syria, *Saladin: Noble Prince of Islam (2003 NBGS) Diane Stanley  and Kingdom  of Jerusalem  (12th century)  Note. Books noted with asterisk (*) are also listed in Religions section.  2  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  North America  African American *“Dear Friend”: Thomas Garrett & William Still, Judith Bentley  Collaborators on the Underground Railroad  (1998 NBGS)  Free to Dream—The Making of a Poet: Audrey Osofsky  Langston Hughes (1997 NBGS)  Going Back Home: An Artist Returns to the South Michele Wood  (1997 NBGS) and Toyomi Igus  Harlem Stomp! A Cultural History of the Harlem Laban Carrick Hill  Renaissance (2005 NBGS)  I Have a Dream (1998 NBGS) Dr. Martin Luther  King, Jr.  Leagues Apart: The Men and Times of the Negro Lawrence S. Ritter  Baseball Leagues (1996 NBGS)  Osceola: Memories of a Sharecropper’s Daughter Alan Govenar  (2001 NBGS)  Slavery Time: When I Was Chillun (1998 NBGS) Belinda Hurmence  (editor)  Through My Eyes (2000 NBGS) Ruby Bridges  The Voice That Challenged a Nation: Marian Anderson Russell Freedman  and the Struggle for Equal Rights (2005 NBGS)  Slave Spirituals and the Jubilee Singers (2002 NBGS) Michael L. Cooper  Japanese American The Children of Topaz: The Story of a Japanese- Michael O. Tunnell  American Internment Camp (1997 NBGS) and George W.  Chilcoat  Mexican American Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez Kathleen Krull  (2004 NBGS)  In My Family/En Mi Familia (1997 NBGS) Carmen Lomas Garza  Mexico The Pot That Juan Built (2003 NBGS) Nancy Andrews-  Goebel  Multicultural Immigrants (1996 NBGS) Martin W. Sandler  Tenement: Immigrant Life on the Lower East Side Raymond Bial  (2003 NBGS)  Muslim American Celebrating Ramadan (2002 NBGS) Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  Russian American *Streets of Gold (2000 NBGS) Rosemary Wells  (Jewish)  3  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Vietnamese Escape From Saigon: How a Vietnam War Orphan Andrea Warren  American Became an American Boy (2005)  Native American Children of Native America Today (2004 NBGS) Y.W. Dennis and  Arlene Hirschfelder  Lasting Echoes: An Oral History of Native Joseph Bruchac  American People (1998 NBGS)  Native American Lacrosse: The National Game of the Iroquois Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  (Iroquois) (1999 NBGS)  Native American Lakota Hoop Dancer (2000 NBGS) Jacqueline Left Hand  (Lakota) Bull and Suzanne  Haldane  Native American Sitting Bull and His World (2001 NBGS) Albert Marrin   Acclaimed Graphic Novels: From the Young Adult Library Services Association nnotations/08ggnt.cfm nnotations/08ggnt.cfm   Geary, Rick. Trotsky: A Graphic Biography. Hill and Wang The mind behind the Soviet Revolution and the foundation of the U.S.S.R. Guibert, Emmanuel. Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors without Borders. First Second In 1986 a young French photographer accompanied Doctors Without Borders into war torn Afghanistan. This is his story.   Gaiman, Neil and P. Craig Russell. Sandman: The Dream Hunters. DC Comics/Vertigo The tale of a young Buddhist monk and the fox spirit who loves him.   Kim, Dong Hwa. The Color of Earth. First Second

14  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Europe  Czechoslovakia Fireflies in the Dark: The Story of Friedl Dicke-Brandeis Susan Goldman Rubin  and the Children of Terezin (2001 NBGS)  Czechoslovakia Hana’s Suitcase (2004 NBGS) Karen Levine  (and Japan)  Germany Luba: The Angel of Bergen-Belsen (2004 NBGS) Luba Trysznska-  Frederick  Parallel Journeys (1996 NBGS) Eleanor H. Ayer  Holland and Anne Frank: A Hidden Life (2001 NBGS) Mirjam Pressler  Germany  Ireland *One Belfast Boy (2000 NBGS) Patricia McMahon  Lithuania **Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story Ken Mochizuki  (1998 NBGS)  **Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara, Hero of the Alison Leslie Gold  Holocaust (2001 NBGS)  Poland, Germany, No Pretty Pictures: A Child of War (1999 NBGS) Anita Lobeland Sweden  Note. Book noted with asterisk (*) is also listed in Religions section. Books noted with two asterisks (**) are also listed in Asia section.

15  Middle East  Israel *Masada (1999 NBGS) Neil Waldman  Egypt, Syria, *Saladin: Noble Prince of Islam (2003 NBGS) Diane Stanley  and Kingdom  of Jerusalem  (12th century)  Note. Books noted with asterisk (*) are also listed in Religions section.  2  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  North America  African American *“Dear Friend”: Thomas Garrett & William Still, Judith Bentley  Collaborators on the Underground Railroad  (1998 NBGS)  Free to Dream—The Making of a Poet: Audrey Osofsky  Langston Hughes (1997 NBGS)  Going Back Home: An Artist Returns to the South Michele Wood  (1997 NBGS) and Toyomi Igus  Harlem Stomp! A Cultural History of the Harlem Laban Carrick Hill  Renaissance (2005 NBGS)

16  I Have a Dream (1998 NBGS) Dr. Martin Luther  King, Jr.  Leagues Apart: The Men and Times of the Negro Lawrence S. Ritter  Baseball Leagues (1996 NBGS)  Osceola: Memories of a Sharecropper’s Daughter Alan Govenar  (2001 NBGS)  Slavery Time: When I Was Chillun (1998 NBGS) Belinda Hurmence  (editor)  Through My Eyes (2000 NBGS) Ruby Bridges  The Voice That Challenged a Nation: Marian Anderson Russell Freedman  and the Struggle for Equal Rights (2005 NBGS)  Slave Spirituals and the Jubilee Singers (2002 NBGS) Michael L. Cooper  Japanese American The Children of Topaz: The Story of a Japanese- Michael O. Tunnell  American Internment Camp (1997 NBGS) and George W.  Chilcoat  Mexican American Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez Kathleen Krull  (2004 NBGS)  In My Family/En Mi Familia (1997 NBGS) Carmen Lomas Garza  Mexico The Pot That Juan Built (2003 NBGS) Nancy Andrews-Goebel  Multicultural Immigrants (1996 NBGS) Martin W. Sandler

17  Tenement: Immigrant Life on the Lower East Side Raymond Bial  (2003 NBGS)  Muslim American Celebrating Ramadan (2002 NBGS) Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  Russian American *Streets of Gold (2000 NBGS) Rosemary Wells  (Jewish)  3  Country or Culture  Represented Book Title and Year Selected Author  Vietnamese Escape From Saigon: How a Vietnam War Orphan Andrea Warren  American Became an American Boy (2005)  Native American Children of Native America Today (2004 NBGS) Y.W. Dennis and  Arlene Hirschfelder  Lasting Echoes: An Oral History of Native Joseph Bruchac  American People (1998 NBGS)  Native American Lacrosse: The National Game of the Iroquois Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith  (Iroquois) (1999 NBGS)  Native American Lakota Hoop Dancer (2000 NBGS) Jacqueline Left Hand  (Lakota) Bull and Suzanne  Haldane  Native American Sitting Bull and His World (2001 NBGS) Albert Marrin 

18 Acclaimed Graphic Novels: From the Young Adult Library Services Association ations/08ggnt.cfm ations/08ggnt.cfm  Geary, Rick. Trotsky: A Graphic Biography. Hill and Wang The mind behind the Soviet Revolution and the foundation of the U.S.S.R. Guibert, Emmanuel. Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors without Borders. First Second In 1986 a young French photographer accompanied Doctors Without Borders into war torn Afghanistan. This is his story.  Gaiman, Neil and P. Craig Russell. Sandman: The Dream Hunters. DC Comics/Vertigo The tale of a young Buddhist monk and the fox spirit who loves him.  Kim, Dong Hwa. The Color of Earth. First Second The Color of Water. First Second  The Color of Heaven. First Second Romance blooms in the parallel stories of a young girl and her widowed mother in traditional Korean society.  Komura, Ayumi. Mixed Vegetables, vol 1. VIZ Media Hanayu longs to be a sushi chef, but can she abandon her family's bakery to follow her heart? 

19  Fleming, Ann Marie. The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam. Penguin Group, Ann Marie traces the path of her great-grandfather's life, uncovering her roots and the magic behind them. Nonfiction.   Kouno, Fuyimo. Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms Last Gasp $9.99 (ISBN13: ). Everyday life is haunted by the past. Fiction.  Satrapi, Marjane Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood Satrapi   Marjane Satrapi (Author)  › Visit Amazon's Marjane Satrapi PageVisit Amazon's Marjane Satrapi Page  Find all the books, read about the author, and more.  See search results for this authorsearch results  Are you an author? Learn about Author CentralLearn about Author Central 

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