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Let's Celebrate! : Festival Poems from Around the World - Debjani Chatterjee

Let's Celebrate!

Festival Poems from Around the World

Paperback Published: 3rd October 2013
ISBN: 9781847804792
Number Of Pages: 56
For Ages: 7 - 10 years old

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"An excellent way to celebrate the diversity of festivals and seasonal celebrations with children" - Juno

This exciting anthology of poems celebrates festivals all over the world. From Chinese New Year to Carnival, from Thanksgiving to Holi, with explanations of the festivals at the back of the book, and with colourful and atmospheric illustrations by Shirin Adl.

About the Author

Debjani Chatterjee has written and edited well over 50 books, including Animal Antics, Masala and The Elephant-headed God & Other Hindu Tales - selected for Children's Books of the Year. Sheffield Hallam University awarded her an honorary doctorate and in 2008 she received an MBE for services to Literature. Brian D arcy is an Anglo-Irish poet who has contributed to many anthologies of children's poetry and has had two collections published. He won an Edward Lear Centenary Limerick Competition and lives in Sheffield with his wife Debjani Chatterjee.

About the Illustrator

Shirin Adl was born in the UK but was brought up in Iran. She studied Illustration at Loughborough University, going on to win the Hallmark M&S Talented Desginer Award. She was Booktrust's official illustrator for Children's Book Week in 2010. Her books for Frances Lincoln include Pea Boy: Stories from Iran with Elizabeth Laird and Ramadan Moon with Na ima B Robert. Shirin lives in Oxford.

Industry Reviews

A great classroom and assembly resource and gives a super look at the diversity of world celebrations in a very refreshing way. || An exhilarating teaching resource that makes for a fine poetry anthology for the home too. || An excellent way to celebrate the diversity of festivals and seasonal celebrations with children. || An ideal introduction to the significance of celebrations for everybody, and reflects something of the world's diversity.

Contents Introduction The Chinese Dragon by Catherine Benson The Pancake by Christina Rossetti Tossing Pancakes by Nick Toczek Ice Festival by Brian D'Arcy Carnival by Valerie Bloom Three Loud Cheers for Esther by Debjani Chatterjee and Brian D'Arcy Saint Patrick's Day by Brian D'Arcy A Card for me Mom by Bashabi Fraser Colours of Holi by Debjani Chatterjee Baisakhi by Anonymous Cherry Blossom Haiku by Uejima Onitsura and Kobayashi Issa Easter Lily by June Masters Bacher Grandma's Easter Eggs by Wes Magee Dance, Dance by Anonymous Poe-Tree for Arbor Day by Sue Hardy-Dawson On Buddha Purnima by Bashabi Fraser Ode to Tomatoes (extracts) by Pablo Neruda Harvest by Joan Poulson Harvest Festival by Simon Fletcher Eid Mubarak! Eid Congratulations by Kazi Nazrul Islam Moon Cakes for Trung Thu by Mandy Coe Hallowe-en by Jill Townsend Diwali by Debjani Chatterjee Hannukah by Andrea Shavick Thanksgiving by Ralph Waldo Emerson The Pilgrims Came by Anonymous Christmas Bells (extract) by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Christmas Pudding by Anonymous Kwanzaa by Anonymous About the Festivals

ISBN: 9781847804792
ISBN-10: 1847804799
Audience: Children
For Ages: 7 - 10 years old
For Grades: 2 - 3
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 56
Published: 3rd October 2013
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.4  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.26

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