Acorn: An Indigenous Curriculum

October 2005
News from Native California;Fall2005, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p31
Focuses on the experience of author Sarah Supahan in making books, videos and curriculums about acorns. Factor which motivated her career in writing literary materials about acorns; Sound philosophy behind he creation of such materials; Significance of her works to Indian children in terms of their progress toward literacy.


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