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Holidays Around the World: Celebrate Chinese New Year: With Fireworks,…

by Carolyn Otto

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This is a non-fiction book about the Chinese New Year, Within this book there are facts about how the Chinese culture. During the Chinese New Year, the Chinese celebrate this holiday by having a lot of lights and a parade with a dragon! Families celebrate together with food and give money as a sign of good luck and good fortune. This book is not only filled with fun facts about this holiday but also filled with fun photographs and bright colors that come through this holiday! This is a great book for children to read and look through to see how diverse the world is! Especially for children to see how similar some celebrations are! ( )
  Chelz517 | Nov 14, 2013 |
The book has illlustrations using photographs. It depicts the life of the Chinese culture. It tells about the origins of the Chinese New Year, the Chinese Calendar. Great pictures showing the types of foods the Chinese culture might eat, types of games, what parades look light and what is in them. ( )
  elizacats | Aug 2, 2009 |
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Introduces the Chinese New Year, including the Chinese calendar and the animals that symbolize each year, and describes how the holiday is celebrated, from wrapping money in red paper to attending the Lantern Festival and the Dragon Dance.

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