Doctor Who's TARDIS and books...bigger on the inside and can take you any where in space and time. An open mind begins with an open book.
The pictures attached are the Teaching Tolerance Text Selection Tool which I utilized for analyzing cultural authenticity.
Cohlene, Terri, and Charles Reasoner. Ka-ha-si and the Loon: An Eskimo Legend. Mahwah, NJ: Watermill, 1990. Print.
An Eskimo legend explaining how the Earth stays in place. Also describes the history and culture of the Eskimo Indians.
Terri Cohlene is a white female from Skyway, Washington. She is a former art director and taught in a community college. She is now a freelance editor. Her writing career began in 1981 and does not appear to have any window or sliding glass door experiences with the culture about which she writes.
Grades 4-5, ages 9-10, Native American Mythology...folklore with non-fiction information