Monday, May 7, 2007

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Part 2

Here are some booklists and web resources for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in addition to those included in my post last Saturday.

From New York Public Library's On-Lion for Kids : Recommended books divided into the following categories: Folk and Fairy Tales, Non-Fiction, Poetry and Song, Stories for Older Readers, and Stories for Younger Readers

From the Center for Instructional Materials and Computing, School of Education at the University of Wisconsin at Madison: A “Webliography” for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

From Scholastic’s Teacher Website: The Asian Pacific American Heritage main page includes links to author interviews with Allen Say, Ken Mochizuki, Greg Tang, and Ed Young, and to a related booklist.

An Annotated Bibliography of Books about South Asia and The South Asia Diaspora from Pooja Makhijani

4 comments:

HipWriterMama said...

Thanks for putting this together!

Tricia said...

Okay, this is scary. I haven't been reading posts because I'm so swamped with grading, and today I find you and I have written about the same thing! We must really be on the same wavelength!
Thanks for the great resources.
Tricia

Elaine Magliaro said...

Vivian,

You're welcome.


Tricia,

Grace's post gave me the impetus to look for some websites with information that teachers could use this month--or any time of the year.

Tricia said...

Hello Again,
Here's one more link for you. I generally point my students to the ALA page Growing Up Around the World, where they can download these PDF files:
Growing Up in Africa
Growing Up in the Americas
Growing Up in Asia and the Middle East
Growing Up in Australia and New Zealand
Growing Up in Europe

Given my upcoming trip, this is a timely celebration!
Regards,
Tricia