Bringing in the New Year
A Chinese American family prepares for and celebrates the Lunar New Year. End notes discuss the customs and traditions of Chinese New Year.
The Dreidel That Wouldn't Spin A Toyshop Tale Of Hanukkah.
Simpson, Martha Seif.
Martha Seif Simpson is an author and children's librarian. She has served as the Head of Children's Services at the Stratford Library Association in Stratford, CT for the last twenty years. She is the author of five professional books for teachers and librarians. Her first children's book What NOT to Give Your Mom on Mother's Day was released in 2013. She lives in Hamden, CT. D. Yael Bernhard is an award-winning illustrator and author of many fiction and non-fiction books for children, including natural science titles and multicultural folktales. She is also a children's teacher of Hebrew, Judaics, and illustration. Ms. Bernhard is also a fine artist known for her religious and family-themed pieces. She lives in Shandaken, NY.
Every month is a new year : celebrations around the world
Singer, Marilyn, author
The legend of the poinsettia
DePaola, Tomie, 1934-2020 author, illustrator
When Lucida is unable to finish her gift for the Baby Jesus in time for the Christmas procession, a miracle enables her to offer the beautiful flower we now call the poinsettia.
My first Kwanzaa
Katz, Karen, author
A girl describes how she and her family celebrate the seven days of Kwanzaa.
The shortest day : celebrating the winter solstice
Pfeffer, Wendy, 1929-
Yoon and the Christmas mitten
Yoon, a Korean American, is excited to hear about Santa Claus and Christmas at her school, but her family tells her that such things are not part of their Korean tradition.