Evelyn Wolfson

Growing Up Indian

Indian children never had to take naps or go to school. They ate whenever they felt hungry and were seldom spanked. Yet Indian children grew up to be responsible members of their communities. Their learning took place not in a classroom but by observing the adults around them, and play was an important part of every day.

SELECTED WORKS

Japanese edition Fall 2003
Walker & Company 1986
The Millbrook Press 1992
The Millbrook Press 1992
Co-authored with Barbara Robinson Teachers College Press 1982
An Anthology edited by Jean Gould
A collection of triumphant, sassy and insightful travel stories of older women.