As increasing numbers of indigenous languages are rapidly disappearing in the new millennium, language preservation efforts through education and intergenerational language use have become crucial. This article examines the importance of bilingual children's literature from Australia, Canada, and New Zealand as a powerful tool for reviving and creating awareness about indigenous languages. The discussions around oral storytelling practices, interlingual texts, and translation issues raise valid concerns about indigenous language preservation and their integration with majority languages.
Native American and Alaska Native Children
Home Environment and Language Practices
Heritage and Indigenous Language Programs