Everyone in the Latino neighborhood where Alicia lives helps to make her birthday special.
From Chinese New Year to the Fourth of July, readers will learn about various holidays around the world and the activities that make them so much fun. The connection to language arts is made through important vocabulary words that help describe the customs of different cultures and the holidays that accompany these customs.
It is Alicia's birthday and as she walks through her Latino neighborhood all her neighbors and friends help to make the day very special.
Christmas is coming but someone is playing tricks! Torn stockings and broken candy canes reveal that The Christmas Humbugs have arrived at this holiday home. But do not fear, lively rhymes and merry illustrations by Colleen and Michael Glenn Monroe lift spirits and let readers know that not even the Humbugs can dampen Christmas cheer.
Knock, knock. Trick or treat! It’s Halloween. Come see all the different monsters and creatures looking for candy.
There are so many holidays in the year. Look at all the different holidays the children celebrate. Which one is your favorite?
This story spotlights the scary things you encounter on Halloween night.