|Description:||This photograph was one of a series of images highlighting the Native American Diabetes Wellness Program’s Eagle Books Exhibit at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Public Health Library and Information Center (PHLIC). The exhibit was hosted during the summer and fall of 2013. This particular image depicted what was Case 2/Shelf 3 of the exhibit.|
From left to right, the photograph depicted a flyer for the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, Eagle Books Exhibit, October-December 2008; NAGC Award (Blue Pencil/Gold Screen Competitions, First place - Soft Cover Book / 17 to 49 pages (outside), 2005 NAGC Blue Pencil Competition, presented for the Eagle Books, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Westat); a flyer for Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
Also, a flyer for Eagle Books exhibit at CDC, "Through the Eyes of the Eagle", illustrating healthy living for children, October 12, 2006-January 5th, 2007, Global Health Oddssey, Tom Harkin Global Communications Center, CDC; a photo of Eagle Books exhibit; illustration of "Ms. Rabbit"; "Knees Lifted High”; "Through the Eyes of the Eagle"; "Plate Full of Color"; ""; an infographic from "The First Book Blog" entitled, "Books Make a Difference in Kids' Lives, the Haves and Have Nots", posted by Brian Minter; a binder entitled, "Eagle Books - The Eagle Book Series: A Guide for Educators and Communities", United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; a binder entitled, "9-12 Health, Diabetes, and American Indian / Alaska Native Health, Community, Prevention, Lifestyle, and Education".