Indian No More
By Dr. Debbie Reese, American Indians in Children's Literature
"Written with middle-grade readers in mind, I highly recommend it for them, but for teens and adults, too. . . . It stands apart from anything I've read before because it is about the US government's termination of the Grand Ronde Tribe, and others, too. . . . As far as I know, Indian No More is the first book for children that is about the life of a child and her family when their tribe was terminated and then, relocated. The story in Indian No More is one reason why it is unique. Another is the team that brought it forth."
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