Indian in the Cupboard mixed a lazy, inaccurate version of my people’s culture and history with lazy, inaccurate stereotypes to reinforce our dehuminzation before a large public audience.
Is Indian in the Cupboard school appropriate?
Harper Collins recommends its 2004 edition for ages 8 to 12. Kirkus Reviews recommended it for ages 10 to 13 in 1993, concluding, “Not the best Cupboard book, but fans won’t want to miss it; with a first printing of 75,000 they won’t have to.”
What is the meaning of Indian in the Cupboard?
There is a word for “The Indian in the Cupboard,” and that word is “creepy.” The movie is about a little boy with a magic cabinet that turns plastic toys into real, living humans who are 2 or 3 inches high, and puts the boy in the god-like position of being in complete control of their worlds and their fates.
Who owns the rights to Indian in the Cupboard?
The Indian in the Cupboard (film)
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