This poem describes the celebration of the Fourth of July with beautiful fireworks.
Sara's outdoor flowerpot has an Easter surprise.
Tex and Indi trick-or-treat with their friends Niko and Kate. Kate learns not to be scared of people in costume because they're only pretending.
Mira prepares for Hanukkah.
One valentine card has a busy day.
Kyle's birthday present turns into a delicious part of Thanksgiving dinner.
José creates a unique costume for Halloween.
Eric finds a new way to make a valentine for his mother.
Marcus chooses a tiny living Christmas tree that his family can enjoy throughout the year.
How can Squirrel keep Dog from copying her Halloween decorations?
Zachary learns that being different can also be special.
Natalie is happy that all of her candy canes have been given away . . . until Christmas morning.
A story about lighting luminarias for Christmas.
A preschool girl helps her older brother create a May Basket for their Grandma.
Ashley can't wait to see her best friend for Thanksgiving since she hasn't seen her in 5 months. But then the weather strands Ashley and her mom at a rest stop, and they eat a Thanksgiving meal with strangers, including the cranberry pie Ashley had been anxious to share with her best friend.
When the fireworks are over, Annika looks to find out where the sparkles have gone. She discovers fireflies--sparkles she'll be able to enjoy all summer long.
The twins dress in red, white and blue for their fourth of July picnic, filled with red, white, and blue foods. But the real excitement is waiting for and finally seeing the rainbow of colors filling the sky when the fireworks begin.
Shares the story of Carmen, who wants to make a jack-o'-lantern with her family for Halloween. First her father cuts the top off the pumpkin. Then Carmen pulls out the pulp. What comes next? This book introduces readers to time-order words through Carmen's engaging story. Vibrant and colorful photos help tell the story. Fun facts add engaging details about jack-o'-lanterns and Halloween. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and an index.
Explores Halloween and Day of the Dead traditions from around the world, including All Saint's and All Soul's Days, the Day of the Dead, and other celebrations for the dead.
Explores Easter traditions from around the world, including Easter eggs, the Easter bunny, food, and religious celebrations.
Winner of 2019 National Parenting Product Award! There is nothing like a grandmother's love. This sweet story celebrates the special bond between grandma and grandchild at Christmas time. With a bedtime-friendly singsong rhythm and adorable holiday illustrations, this books is sure to charm children and grandmothers alike!
Every year, Radim's family has a delicious carp for Christmas dinner, selected from the huge wooden barrels that line the streets of Prague in December. But this year, when Radim sits by the bathtub feeding breadcrumbs to the fish that his father has chosen, he sees more than a delectable meal. In Carl the Christmas Carp, Ian Krykorka writes a story drawn from his mother's childhood and from life in present day Prague as well. In the vibrant illustrations, Vladyana Krykorka lovingly recreates the city of her birth and her youth, down to the last glorious detail.
Teach babies and toddlers about this important Jewish festival by exploring what happens during the Passover seder with this delightful photographic board book. This primer features family and friends coming together to share a meal, tell stories and sing songs, and encourages little ones to participate in this special time. Children of all faiths will enjoy the bright photos and primary text that focuses on bringing family together to celebrate and observe a holiday tradition.
Experience Holi with every color of the rainbow! This Hindu celebration known as the festival of colors and the festival of love signifies the end of winter, the arrival of spring and the victory of good over evil. A time to laugh, play, visit friends and get messy! Little ones will love exploring the colors of Holi through the vibrant photographs and Singh's playful rhymes in this brilliant concept book. By the author of Diwali (Orca Origins), which has been called "an exceptionally valuable resource" by Kirkus Reviews and "a standout volume" by School Library Journal.
China! Natasha Yim tells of her experiences of watching dragon races in Hong Kong. Discover the art of a handwriting technique called calligraphy. How is silk made? Discover the women who make silk by hand in Hotan, China. Learn how people in China honor their loved ones who have gone before them. Stories by Natasha Yim, Linda Petrucelli, Gary Hoff, Josanne LaValley, and Christine Liu Perkins.