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The Divali Story (Festival Stories)

by Anita Ganeri

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I chose to read a book about the Divali’s Holiday called “The Divali Story” by Anita Ganeri and illustrated by Carole Gray. I always had a passion for India and its culture and traditions. I don’t know much about it so any new book/information is very welcomed. This book is very interesting and demonstrate a tradition in India. The Divali Holiday represents a time to light up lamps, and exchange gifts of candy to celebrate the return of Rama and Sita home. The book also has real pictures of the celebration, a candy recipe and a mask to be made by kids. I believe that it is a relevant book to use at school to teach children about traditions from around the world that they may not be aware off.
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