Festivals Together

£16.99

This special book for families and teachers helps you celebrate festivals from cultures from all over the world. This resource guide for celebration introduces a selection of 26 Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh festivals. It offers a lively introduction to the wealth of different ways of life.

Festivals Together is brimming with stories, things to make, recipes, songs, customs and activities for each festival, comprehensively illustrated. You will be able to share in the adventures of Anancy the spider trickster, how Ganesh got his elephant head and share in Eid, Holi, Wesak, Advent, Divali, Chinese New Year and more.

The festivals are divided into the four seasons.

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Product Description: Festivals Together

Festivals Together, this special book for families and teachers helps you celebrate festivals from cultures from all over the world. Resource guide for celebration, introduces a selection of 26 Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh festivals. Offers a lively introduction to the wealth of different ways of life.

Festivals Together, brimming with stories, things to make, recipes, songs, customs and activities for each festival, comprehensively illustrated. Share adventures of Anancy the spider trickster, how Ganesh got his elephant head. Share in Eid, Holi, Wesak, Advent, Divali, Chinese New Year and more.

The festivals divided into the four seasons:

Spring

Chinese Lantern Festival
Holi
Eid-ul-fitr
Purim
St David’s Day
April Fools Day
Easter
Baisakhi
Wesak
Flower Festivals

Summer

Summer Sun
Midsummer
Tanabata
Raksha Bandhan
Mawlid an-Nabi
Janmashtami

Autumn

Harvest
Kite Flying Festival
Thanksgiving
Succot
Divali

Winter

Filipino Festival
Mother Holle
Chanukah
Christingle
Christmas
Kwanzaa
Chinese New Year

Weight0.480 kg
Author(s)Judy Large, Minda Weston, Sue Fitzjohn
Formatpaperback
Illustrationsblack and white illustrations throughout
Size250 × 200 mm
Extent224 pages
ISBN978-1-869890-46-9
Publication Date27/06/1998

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