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An Angel Just Like Me
A warm and lovely story about a little boy longing for an angel that looks like him.
Walker Books Ltd
Christmas is coming, and Mae Morgan's mother is expecting a baby. At school, Mae is delighted to be given the part of the Angel Gabriel in the nativity play. But will the new baby steal her glory?
Celebration - Children Just Like Me
In Association with unicef
Festivals, carnivals and feast days from around the world. This book is full of information and delightful photographs.
Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat Festival (Festival Fun for the Early Years)
FESTIVAL FUN FOR THE EARLY YEARS introduces a range of multicultural celebrations into the Foundation Stage setting. Share two Chinese festivals with the children in your setting. For Chinese New Year, make paper lanterns, bake fortune cookies and dance like lions| For the Dragon Boat Festival you can learn to count in Chinese, hold a dragon boat race and have a yin yang celebration.
Dear Father Christmas
It is December and Holly sees a man who looks like Father Christmas. So she writes to Father Christmas to find out if it is really him. They become festive pen pals and Holly learns about the magic of elves, reindeer and life in Lapland, as well as getting a very special Christmas surprise. This is a lovely book with lots of added features.
Divali and Holi (Festival Fun for the Early Years) (Paperback)
FESTIVAL FUN FOR THE EARLY YEARS introduces a range of multicultural celebrations into the Foundation Stage setting. Share two Hindu festivals with the children in your setting. Create a display of paper mehndi hands, make festive fudge cubes and practise Divali dance and exercise. Ideas for Holi include making paper flower garlands, creating a spring garden in a box and holding your own colour party.
Dragon Dance: A Chinese New Year Ltf: A Chinese New Year Lift-The-Flap Book
Joan Holub & Benrei Huang
It's Chinese New Year and there are so many fun things to do! Shopping at the outdoor market for fresh flowers, eating New Year's dinner with the whole family, receiving red envelopes from Grandma and Grandpa, and best of all-watching the spectacular Chinese New Year's parade! A great book to introduce even the youngest readers to Chinese New Year with this festive new lift-the-flap book.
Eight Candles to Light: A Chanukah Story
Jonny Zucker, Jan Barger Cohen (Illustrator)
Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
This is the second title in a delightful new pre-school series. Eight Candles to Light looks at Chanukah, the Jewish festival of light.This book looks at the way the festival is celebrated today, with simple text and bright illustrations of a family taking part.