Holidays and Festivals Book Pack 8pk

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This set introduces readers to important festivals across the world.
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A fantastic set of 8 books introducing readers to important festivals across the world. Each book goes into detail about the traditions, celebrations and meanings behind these festivals.

The books also look at the history behind these traditions making them a very interesting and insightful read.

  • Ramadan and Id-ul-FitrFasting, praying, and charitable acts mark the Islamic holiday of Ramadan, which ends with the festival of Id-ul-Fitr when the fast is broken. Readers of this book will learn the history and meaning of these holidays as well as the activities that take place.
  • Harvest Festival is celebrated in the autumn and children learn about early harvest festivals and how we celebrate today.
  • Divali explores religious and culture holidays and festivals explaining why, when and where they take place and who celebrates them.
  • Every year families gather to celebrate Christmas with both religious and secular activities. From attending church and helping charitable causes to decorating the tree and exchanging gifts, readers will learn about the importance of Christmas.
  • Chinese New Year families gather to ensure luck in the coming year and celebrate the approach of spring by sharing in the traditions of Chinese New Year. This book introduces readers to the sights, sounds, foods, and gifts of this special holiday and discusses the importance of Chinese New Year.
  • Bonfire Night explores religious and culture holidays and festivals explaining why, when and where they take place and who celebrates them.
  • Special foods are a common aspect of religious festivals with different types, cooking practices and eating habits.

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