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Cradle Me - Cover
Cradle Me
Debby Slier, Star Bright Books, New York 2012
Wonderful photos of Native American children in various kinds of cradle boards. There are portraits of Paiute, Ojibwei, Arapaho, Northern Ute, Pueblo, Salish, Navajo, Nez Perce, Shoshone, Bannock, and Yurok babies with one word descriptions - such as smiling, sleepy, crying. The book opens with an invitation to reader, "Say each word in your own language."

Ages: Infant/Toddler (0-2)
Languages: English
Book Types: Non-Fiction, Photo Book
Identity Groups: Native American
Strands: Joy in Diversity