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Learn about the diverse and vibrant festivals that are celebrated around the world. This series encourages children to consider religious beliefs and cultural practices via easy to read text and informative, full color images
What do red envelopes, green fireworks, and golden tangerines have in common? All are part of vibrant Chinese New Year celebrations! Celebrate the culture and customs of Chinese New Year by learning about the holiday's colors through eye-catching photos and engaging text. Back matter features the Crayola® colors used throughout the book and includes a reproducible coloring page.
See how kids greet the Chinese New Year by writing characters, getting haircuts, eating noodles, and honoring their families.
A collection of original poems about New Year celebrations throughout the year and around the world. Includes an intro about worldwide New Year celebrations and map, info about calendars, New Year greetings in many languages, additional factual info about the celebrations, and author's sources. --publisher
Presents a month-by-month account of the celebrations, traditions, and events that children in New Zealand celebrate over the course of a year
"Introduces Chinese language to preschool children in a gentle, playful way. The ABC structure provides a familiar framework that encourages fun and easy learning"--Jacket flap
The story of Claire's arrival in the United States from her birth home in China.
After moving to a new city from his home in China, Chan decides to meet the other children in his neighborhood and learns about their home countries and cultures
When Meili learns her parents are adopting another child, she must accept the role of big sister and realize a new addition can be just right too.--Provided by publisher
"Two grandmas. Two delicious recipes. Sophie loves Bubbe's Jewish chicken soup, made with kreplach. She also loves Nai Nai's Chinese chicken soup, with wonton. But don't tell Bubbe and Nai Nai that their soups are the same!"-- Provided by publisher