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Charlesbridge Publishing, Incorporated, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The United States and Mexico share many similar holidays. These special days reflect common values, mutual respect for family and history, and rich cultural heritages. Through folk art, Nancy Maria Grande Tabor shows the similarities and differences of each holiday.

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User Review  - tati4books - LibraryThing

“Celebrations” is a bilingual book – English/Spanish, covering traditional celebrations in the US and Mexico, their similarities and differences, bringing people together across time and space ... Read full review

Review: Celebrations/Celebraciones: Holidays of the United States of America and Mexico / Dias feriados de los Estados Unidos y Mexico

User Review  - Megan Bratton - Goodreads

Compares and contrasts holidays in Mexico and the US. Pretty wordy, but would be a good supplement to a "holidays around the world" unit. Also written in both English and Spanish. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Nancy Maria Grande Tabor is the author/illustrator of many bilingual books for children, including Somos un arco iris/We Are a Rainbow and Albertina anda arriba: El abecedario/Albertina Goes Up: An Alphabet Book. She lives in Santa Rosa, California.

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