Kwanzaa Celebration Books for Kids

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  • Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story
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    In an African village live seven brothers who make life miserable with their constant fighting. When their father dies, he leaves an unusual will: by sundown, the brothers must make gold out of seven spools of thread or they will be turned out as beggars.
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  • National Geographic Celebrate Kwanzaa
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    Celebrated with feating, candles and gift-giving, Kwanzaa is a week-long holiday honoring African heritage and culture. This book will guide you through Kwanzaa's history and rituals, including tips on how and when to celebrate. The "Holidays Around the World" series introduces kids to religious and cultural celebrations the world over.
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  • Li'l Rabbit's Kwanzaa
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    Li'l Rabbit is not having a very good Kwanzaa. Granna Rabbit is sick, and so his family won't celebrate his favorite part of Kwanzaa this year: a big feast called Karamu. Li'l Rabbit knows what to do! He'll find Granna Rabbit a special treat for Karamu so she can celebrate anyway. He looks under a pile of logs, in the field, and in the pond and along the way meets.
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  • The Gifts of Kwanzaa
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    With bold and colorful paintings and simple, straightforward text, the author explains the Kwanzaa holiday.
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  • The Children's Book of Kwanzaa: A Guide to Celebrating the Holiday
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    STRENGTHENING THE FAMILY AND THE COMMUNITY Each year on December 26, the African American holiday of Kwanzaa begins. What is the purpose of Kwanzaa? How did it get its start? Dolores Johnson's easy-to-follow guide gives detailed descriptions of Kwanzaa's principles and symbols. This comprehensive resource also includes recipes and craft and gift ideas, as well as suggestions...
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  • Seven Candles for Kwanzaa
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    For more than 25 years, African-American families have celebrated Kwanzaa--a holiday, inspired by their ancestors, that celebrates the harvest season. With a rich, informative text and stunning four-color illustrations, this book will help young children to begin their own Kwanzaa celebration.
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  • Kwanzaa: A Family Affair (An Avon Camelot Book)
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    "A handbook for parents and children about celebrating the African-American harvest festival. The first two chapters define the holiday: its principles, vocabulary, etc. The third chapter takes readers through the seven days, describing what to do and sometimes how to do it. There is also a chapter with crafts....Another chapter offers ideas for gifts and recipes....
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  • Seven Days Of Kwanzaa
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    Every year, for seven days beginning December 26th, African-Americans celebrate their heritage during the Kwanzaa holiday. In this book, you can find out about that special time so you can celebrate the seven days of Kwanzaa, too. Includes recipes for African dishes to make a Kwanzaa feast, and instructions for making masks, African toe puppets, and other special Kwanzaa gifts. Available October.
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  • The Sound Of Kwanzaa
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    Hear the words, sing the songs, dance to the beat, and shout "Harambee!" as you jump into this joyful celebration of the sounds of Kwanzaa!The sound is Umoja--bringing us together.The sound is Kuumba--the songs of our ancestors.The sound is Kwanzaa!Lively verse and colorful illustrations guide you through the seven principles of this festive holiday. All you...
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  • The Story of Kwanzaa (Trophy Picture Books)
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    It?s Kwanzaa-time! Light the candles on the kinara! Fly the bendera, and tell stories from Africa! The festival of Kwanzaa was originated by Dr. Maulana Karenga to honor the customs and history of African Americans. The seven principles of Kwanzaa, called the Nguzo Saba, serve to remind African Americans of the struggles of the past, and also focus on present-day achievements...
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  • Kwanzaa (Rookie Read-About Holidays)
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    Kwanzaa (Rookie Read-About Holidays)
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  • Personalized Kwanzaa Children Book
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    Personalized Kwanzaa Children Book
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  • Kwanzaa: Black Power and the Making of the African-American Holiday Tradition
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    Since 1966, Kwanzaa has been celebrated as a black holiday tradition ?an annual recognition of cultural pride in the African American community. But how did this holiday originate, and what is its broader cultural significance? Kwanzaa: Black Power and the Making of the African-American Holiday Tradition explores the political beginning and later expansion of Kwanzaa,...
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  • Kwanzaa and Me: A Teacher's Story
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    "All these white schools I've been sent to are racist," Sonya says. "I'd have done better in a black school. I was an outsider here." These are hard words for Vivian Paley, whose own kindergarten was one of Sonya's schools, the integrated classroom so lovingly and hopefully depicted by Paley in White Teacher. Confronted with the grown-up Sonya, now...
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  • Kwanzaa (Cultural Holidays)
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    The Cultural Holidays illustrated nonfiction book Kwanzaa teaches young readers about the background, traditions, foods, and celebrations of the African-American holiday. Easy-to-read text combines with colorful illustrations to provide entertainment and facts for even the youngest audience.
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  • The Complete Kwanzaa: Celebrating Our Cultural Harvest
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    According to Essence magazine, 18 million African Americans celebrate Kwanzaa. For them, and the millions of others who want to know more about it, this comprehensive guide explains the traditional ceremonies, foods, clothing, and history of this joyful and spiritual holiday.
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  • Kwanzaa: From Holiday to Every Day
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    From Preparation To Celebration, Make Your Kwanzaa A Family Tradition! Traditionally, Kwanzaa brings family, friends, and the community together for a winter celebration. But Kwanzaa can be a part of your life year round. The twenty million people of African descent who celebrate this holiday steeped in cultural richness observe the holiday for its seven principles--principles...
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  • Celebrate Kwanzaa with Boots and Her Kittens (Stories to Celebrate)
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    An African-American family gets together to celebrate Kwanzaa, but the celebration is spoiled because their beloved pet cat is missing. As the family sets off on a quest to find the cat, the reader learns about the seven values celebrated in Kwanzaa in a simple and entertaining way. Includes and informative section about the holiday.
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  • The Rugrats' First Kwanzaa
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    Based on the Rugrats Kwanzaa Special It's a special time of year and Susie's family is celebrating Kwanzaa for the first time. Aunt T tells Susie that part of Kwanzaa is about honoring great people. But Susie doesn't feel like she's great, and it takes her Aunt T to remind her just how special she really is. Share Kwanzaa with Susie and her favorite friends.
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  • Kwanzaa: Activities, Crafts, Recipes and More (New Holiday Celebration)
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    Kwanzaa: Activities, Crafts, Recipes and More (New Holiday Celebration)
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  • Kevin's Kwanzaa (Cloverleaf Books: Fall and Winter Holidays)
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    Kevin's family is celebrating the seven days of Kwanzaa! They light candles and learn a special word each day. They talk about working together. On the sixth day, everyone dances at a big feast! Find out the different ways people celebrate this holiday.
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  • Paper Crafts for Kwanzaa (Paper Craft Fun for Holidays)
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    Do you want to make your own paper kinara pop-up card? The kinara is an important part of Kwanzaa. Follow storyteller Randel McGee as he explores Kwanzaa in Paper Crafts for Kwanzaa. Learn to make a lion, a mkeka (the mat used in Kwanzaa celebrations), and more!
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  • Kwanzaa Crafts: Gifts & Decorations For A Meaningful & Festive Celebration
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    ?Defines each day with the principle, its candle color, symbol, a descriptive story of poem, and a bunch of make-it-now crafts...Recipes, too, are easy to imitate, from banana bread as a gift to rice and black-eyed peas eaten on New Year?s Day for good luck. Illustrations, including photographs, capture the spirit.??Booklist. ?Full of stories, crafts and recipes.??Publishers Weekly.
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  • Kwanzaa: From Holiday to Every Day
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    From Preparation To Celebration, Make Your Kwanzaa A Family Tradition! Traditionally, Kwanzaa brings family, friends, and the community together for a winter celebration. But Kwanzaa can be a part of your life year round. The twenty million people of African descent who celebrate this holiday steeped in cultural richness observe the holiday for its seven principles--principles...
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  • Kwanzaa Crafts (Fun Holiday Crafts Kids Can Do!)
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    Kwanzaa Crafts (Fun Holiday Crafts Kids Can Do!)
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  • Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story
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