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Celebrations in My World - Set of 6

Celebrations in My World - Set of 6
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    Publisher: Crabtree
    Series: Celebrations in My World
    Ages: 7 to 10
    Size: 8¾ X 11½
    Total Pages: 32 pages per book
    For Grades: 1 to 5
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    Children will learn about different holiday celebrations from around the world in this series. Learning why we celebrate these holidays and traditions in our country is an important thing to teach our children, and with the beautiful photos on each page, children will enjoy reading and learning with this informative series.


    Inside- Independence Day

    Titles include:


    Canada Day

    Join in on this festive federal holiday, celebrating the birth of a nation by Canadians from coast to coast. See the many different ways in which this multi-cultural nation recognizes this occasion with fireworks, music, food, a day-off work, and other special events.

    Columbus Day

    Each year on October 12th, millions of people in the United States celebrate Columbus Day. Easy-to-read text and colorful images help describe the events of Christopher Columbus' voyage, the discovery of the New World, and the activities and celebrations associated with this holiday.

     


    Independence Day

    Independence Day, or the Fourth of July, is one of the most important days in the history of the United States of America. Millions of Americans celebrate this national holiday each year. Parades, barbecues, and fireworks have all become staples of the celebration. Learn the importance of this national holiday to the people of the United States, then and now.

     


    New Year's Day

    From New Year's Eve to New Year's Day, people around the world have different customs to welcome in the new year. Learn the history of New Year's Day, and read about the fireworks, resolutions, and parades that make it so much fun!

    Presidents' Day

    What began as a day to celebrate the birthday of George Washington, the first president of the United States of America, has grown to include every other president to serve as leader of the country. Children will enjoy learning all about Presidents' Day, from its earliest beginnings to how Americans celebrate this occasion today.

    Remembrance Day

    Each year on November 11th, millions of people in Canada and other countries in the Commonwealth take time to remember the men and women who served their countries during times of war. This book describes how people around the world hold similar services featuring poppies, poems, and special prayers.