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Here's where you can find or submit great multicultural books!


The pages contained herein last updated 11.19.96

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The Multicultural Book Review Homepage is proud to announce that it was chosen as a HomeArts site of the day!! You can visit the site at

Our multicultural literature canon is full of great books! But, as always, we need your help!

To submit your own book reviews, just e-mail Joe Mele! Joe's address is given below. For more information, read on!


The Multicultural Book Review Homepage continues its featured section entitled the "Review of the Month". Here we choose one review each month and feature its book as a particularly strong choice for educators to use in their classrooms.

The Review of the Month for November/December is HERE
To see the top reviews from previous months click HERE

To go to our large book review page, look below.



Please note that this page, formerly known as Joe Mele's Super Homepage, is in no way related to the print magazine Multicultural Book Review.




The purpose of this page is to create a qualitative list of multicultural literature for K-12 educators. We would like to avoid presenting just lists of books, but instead give educators a chance to find out a little more information about multicultural literature others have used successfully.

If you would like to send us some books you have used or that you have read, please use to the Forms Page Link. Please note, if you are using a browser that doesn't like forms, or doesn't like this type of form, i.e. AOL, please use Joe's e-mail address, which can be found below.
To submit your own books, go to the: FORMS PAGE.


For Reviews and Multicultural Links:

[REVIEWS]
[LINKS]
[Other Items of Interest]


For e-mail submissions, send them with the following information:


Here is an example of a typical review:

Mama Day Gloria Naylor, Vintage Books, 1988, African-American, one female and one male, fiction.
Wonderfully rich, engrossing, and emotional tale about a man, a woman, and the woman's great-aunt, Mama Day.It's a story about love, history, family, death, and the continuance of life. Wonderful.
Suitable for high school. Grade: A+


Finally, please tell a friend about this page. We want this to be a resource for teachers around the country.


Please e-mail Joe Mele with, comments, questions, concerns
jmele@iosmedia.com
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