Multicultural Literature

“Human beings are the only creatures who are allowed to fail. If an ant fails, it’s dead. But we’re allowed to learn from our mistakes and from our failures. And that’s how I learn, by falling flat on my face and picking myself up and starting all over again.”
Madeleine L’Engle

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Multicultural Literature

Unfortunately, GoDaddy bought out my webhost, WebFaction. This has meant that I have had to change hosts. It has been a struggle to find a webhost that matches WebFaction's performance, support, and price. This also means that this site has had some periods when it was not available, and certain resources are still not available. I am hoping that I will have all these issues sorted out by February 1, 2019. I apologize for any difficulties this may cause you and I thank you for your patience.

These pages are too difficult to maintain in their present form. Therefore, I am moving these to a wiki here: multicultural.kjodle.net. The nice thing is that because that is a wiki, you can help edit those pages. Contact me if you would like to join, and select “Join the Multicultural Literature project” from the dropdown menu.

Issues in Multicultural Literature

Resources for Multicultural Literature

Looking at the Literature

How to Cite this Page:

  • Odle, Kenneth John. "Multicultural Literature." kjodle.net. 11 June 2016. Web. 21 February 2020. <>