Christmas around the World (Revised Edition)
In Mexico at Christmas time, children carry candles in nine nights of parades. German children listen for Kris Kringle to bring presents on Christmas Eve. Families in Australia like a picnic on the beach. And in Ethiopia, Christmas is the time to play a hockey-like game called genna. Come take a trip around the world to see how this special time of year is celebrated in eight countries.
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“Christmas Around the World” is definitely a book I will include in my future class library. I love this book for many reasons but particularly because it includes many chapters on different countries ... Read full review
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1⁄2 cup butter Afterward Australia baby Jesus beautiful bells Bethlehem Bible birth of Jesus bowl branches breakfast brings called camel carve celebrate Christmas census child China Christians Christmas Day Christmas Eve Christmas season Christmas tree Christmas warmth Christmastime coffee cornflakes decorate dolls Dun Che Lao Ethiopia evergreen favorite Festival figure of baby fill food coloring Genna Germany gifts go to church green happy inside INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK kiss knocks Lao Ren Lebanon lighted candles Lucia Day lunch manger marshmallows Martin Luther Mary and Joseph Mexico midnight mixture night Palestine paper lanterns parade piņata play posada red cinnamon candies ring Roman Russian Santa Claus seeds sing Christmas carols Snow covered Snow Maiden stick stories say sugar Sweden teaspoon thousand years ago three wise three wise men told town toys vanilla extract warmth and joy waxed paper Whack wreaths Year’s Day