Evan, Eva. People are Important. New York: Golden Press, 1951.
Teacher may choose selected passages to read to students. It decribes similarities and differences of children in various cultures.
Horner, Deborah. Masks of the World. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1977.
Masks from nine cultures that are ready to be cut out and worn by children in dramatic play. These masks are modeled from actual masks in the collection of the national museum of naturalhistory, Smithsonian Institute.
Simon, Norm. Why am I Different? SG547.
Stresses how differences enhance our experience.
World Culture Series. Sound Filmstrip Sets. MC427.
This excellent series introduces people, their cultures, and musical traditions around the world.
Jones, Jayne. The Greeks in America. Minneapolis, Minnesota Lerner Publication Company, 1969.
Teacher reference. Brief summary of early Greece immigration to America, plus obstacles and achievement.
Ausubel, Nathan. Pictorical History of the Jewish People. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1953.
Teacher Reference: Black and White photography and text describes the Jewish people in the past 2,000 years.
Maz, Julian. Why People are different Colors. New York: Holiday House, 1971.
The author explains what causes biological differences of varied races.
Laskin, Joyce. Arts and Craft Activities Desk Book. West Nyack, New York: Parker Publishing Company, Inc., 1971.
Teacher Resource. a selection of arts and crafts activities to be used with all grade levels.
Croft, Karen. The Good for Me Cookbook. San Franciso: R & E Research Associates, 1971.
A selection of recipes from different cultural groups.
Hunt, Kari and Carlson, Bernice. Masks and Mask Makers. New York: Abingdon, 1961.
A selection of masks from different cultural groups.