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November is Native American Heritage Month: Book Display and Some Resources

November is Native American Heritage Mont (link to official federal site from the Library of Congress and other agencies). The UT Tyler Robert R. Muntz Library is featuring a small book and materials display in the library’s second floor. This year we focused on Native American literature, and we have books for children and adults. As always,books in the display case are available for checkout. Simply let us know at the Circulation Desk, and we will be happy to open the case for you. Don’t worry. We can always put another book in; we do want people to read our books.The following books, with call numbers, are featured in the second floor display case this year:

  • Alexie, Sherman, The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. General Collection PS 3551 .L35774 L66 1994.
  • Erdrich, Louise, The Game of Silence. CML Young Adult Fiction E 665GA.
  • Erdrich, Louise, Love Medicine. General Collection PS 3555 .R42 L6 1993A.
  • Goble, Paul, The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses. CML Juvenile G 5755G.
  • Hillerman, Tony, Dance Hall of the Dead. CML Young Adult Fiction H852DA.
  • Martin Bill, and John Archambault, Knots on a Counting Rope. CML Easy Fiction M 3792KN.
  • Welch, James, Fools Crow. General Collection PS 3573 .E44 F66 1978B.

These books are just a small sampling of the various selections we offer in Native American literature.We are also featuring here on the blog a list of links to resources about Native Americans for our readers to explore and learn more:

Still need some ideas of what to read? In addition to the link we offered above, here are some other reading lists. We can help you locate any of the books listed in our library. If we do not have a particular library book, and you are affiliated to our university, we will be happy to place a request from another library via our ILLiad Interlibrary Loan System. Never used ILLiad before? It’s very easy to use. Feel free to ask us how. This is just a small sampling of reading lists available online.

 

9 November 2011 - 1:00pm
Published by arivera7 on 09 Nov

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