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The Groundhog Day Book of Facts and Fun

by Wendie C. Old

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This book teaches children the purpose of Groundhog Day, why there are different seasons, how the holiday originally began, and other important and interesting facts for the day.
  hdmckee | Apr 14, 2009 |
In an exciting format, this book teaches children the purpose of Groundhog Day, why there are different seasons, how the holiday originally began, and other important and interesting facts for the day and its implications.
  kmbrown1 | Apr 6, 2009 |
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This book of facts and fun provides plenty of information about groundhogs and the origin of Groundhog Day. Groundhog riddles and ideas for throwing a Groundhog Day party are included.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:53 -0400)

Every February 2nd, people in the United States wait to see if Punxsutawney Phil, a groundhog living in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, will see his shadow and predict six more weeks of cold weather. But how can a groundhog predict the weather? And if it's winter, shouldn't he be hibernating? Are such predictions really accurate? Why is February 2nd so special? And do other groundhogs predict the weather?… (more)

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