Annotated Bibliography (without the annotations)

Here’s the list of 25 books I came up with for Multicultural Education. If you remember, the assignment was to pick 25 books that focus on traditionally under-represented populations, and were appropriate for ages 10-18. It gets turned in tonight, so I should know by next week what my professor thinks of the list, but I think I did a good job, considering the breadth of “Social Studies” (ancient history, world history, current events, economics, politics and government, psychology, sociology, anthropology, archaeology – several of those I skipped, or at least didn’t intentionally pick books that focused on them).

I’m interested in hearing your thoughts on this list. What did I forget? (Remembering that we weren’t supposed to include traditionally taught or focused on, so yes there’s nothing on Europe or the Cold War, etc. This is meant to be a supplemental list, and just a starting point.) What would you add? Have you read any of the above? Other thoughts?

1 comment to Annotated Bibliography (without the annotations)

  • Kelly! I thought you got cold feet on me girl. 🙂

    I didn’t want to bother about the veil because I figured you just got busy. *Hint* This could still be your easy out ya know. But if you still want to do it, I’d be more than happy to send you a check for the supplies. Email me. twstdtink(at)yahoo(dot)com.