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.
Freedman, Russell, and Karl Bodmer. An Indian Winter. New York: Holiday House, 1992. Print.
This book relates the experiences of a German prince, his servant, and a young Swiss artist as they traveled through the Missouri River Valley in 1833 learning about the territory and its inhabitants and recording their impressions in words and pictures.
Russell Freedman grew up in San Francisco and attended the University of California, Berkeley, and then worked as a reporter and editor for the Associated Press and as a publicity writer. As an author, he has done research on topics that he is personally interested in and wants to learn more about. His nonfiction books range in subject from the lives and behaviors of animals to people in history whose impact is still felt today. Freedman has traveled extensively throughout the world to gather information and inspiration for his books. Russell Freedman now lives in New York City.
Grades 4-5, ages 9-10, Native American History