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Festivals Together

Sue Fitzjohn, Minda Weston, Judy Large

Hawthorn Press

A Guide to Multi-cultural Celebration

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Four Sides, Eight Nights: A New Spin on Hanukkah

Rebecca Tova Ben-Zvi, Susanna Natti (Illustrator)

Roaring Brook Press

This book is a great resource for teachers and families that want to learn about the holiday together. Older children may enjoying reading this book on their own, and younger ones may enjoy hearing it one chapter at a time.There are eight chapters, one for each night of the Festival of Lights.

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Gung Hay Fat Choy

June Behrens

Children's Press (CT)

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Hanukkah and Rosh Hashana (Festival Fun for the Early Years)

Linda Mort

Scholastic

FESTIVAL FUN FOR THE EARLY YEARS introduces a range of multicultural celebrations into the Foundation Stage setting. Enjoy two Jewish festivals w. Play Maccabee Snap, tell the Hanukkah story with toothbrush puppets and make gift gelt boxes. For Rosh Hashana you can blow blasts through a paper shofar, make honey buns and sing Happy Birthday to the world.

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Happy New Year ! Kung-His Fa-Ts'Ai

Demi

Dragonfly Books

An excellent book to show how Chinese New Year is celebrated

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Harvest (Festival Fun for the Early Years) (Paperback)

Jenni Tavener

Scholastic

Fun activity ideas. Photocopiable resources. Information on customs and beliefs.

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Kipper's Christmas Eve

Mick Inkpen

Hodder Childrens Books

Another lovely story about Kipper. It is Christmas Eve and Kipper is looking for a fir tree. When he finds one he digs it up to take it home, but the tree isn't all he takes home. A lovely end to the story as always from Mick Inkpen.

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Lanterns and Firecrackers: A Chinese New Year Story (Festival Time!)

Jonny Zucker

Frances Lincoln Publishers; New Ed edition

Here is a simple and delightful introduction to the Chinese New Year festival - suitable for even the very youngest child. Follow a family as they let off firecrackers, watch the amazing dragon dances and light their beautiful lanterns to celebrate the start of their New Year.

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