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Here Come the Brides by Ellen Jackson
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Here Come the Brides

by Ellen Jackson

Other authors: Carol Heyer (Illustrator)

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The book shows brides from all around the world and the different traditions for each culture. The book discusses differences in things like the clothes worn, location, food served, gifts presented, and other unknown customs. The book is also filled with fun facts. The bad part about this book is that it is a little out dated. ( )
  Jordanlaine | Apr 30, 2014 |
Here Come the Brides is a really cute book but it is pretty dated. Teachers could probably use it to show how traditions change over time or for students particularly interested in cultural practices. Although it is filled with many facts about different brides from around the world the book does not go into why these traditions exist. ( )
  rosesaurora | Dec 6, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0802784682, Hardcover)

From Syrian brides who dye their hands red with henna to the brides of Java, who wear headdresses of golden leaves and flowers, intriguing trivia, inviting prose, and rich illustrations come together to win both the hearts and the minds of young girls of all backgrounds, whatever their wedding dreams may be. Full color.

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Describes the customs and traditions connected with weddings all over the world.

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