I Belong to the Hindu Faith

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Aug 15, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Told from the perspective of a child who is a follower of the Hindu faith, the young narrator shares first-hand experiences of worship, festivals, and ceremonial observances. Readers will also learn about Hinduism's effect on lifestyle, daily activities, and dress. Includes full-color photographs and fact sheets.

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This non-fiction story goes through the daily life, traditions and culture of a little Hindu girl. She talks about food, clothing, holidays, family celebrations, etc. Dicker uses actual photographs of food, family members... The information is very accessible to students. Read full review


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