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.
Weitzman, David. Skywalkers: Mohawk Ironworkers Build the City. New York, N. Y.: Roaring Brook, 2010. Print.
Skyscrapers define the American city. Through a narrative text and gorgeous historical photographs David Weitzman explores Native American history and the evolution of structural engineering and architecture, illuminating the Mohawk ironworkers who risked their lives to build our cities and their lasting impact on our urban landscape.
DAVID WEITZMAN is the author and illustrator of more than a dozen books for children on America's industrial and technical history. Weitzman works are a historical flashback to when youth followed in the footsteps of their elders and learned from the stories told by the elders. He uses historical documents and interviews to develop the stories that he writes.
Booklist 2010 Top 10 Books for Youth, Sci-Tech
Grades 6-8, ages 11-13, Native American history, architecture