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

Contents

A celebration
4
How do we worship?
10
Praying at home
16
Glossary further information
22
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