Beautifully designed scratchboard illustrations help to explain the seven principles of the holiday in this introduction for younger readers.
Learn about Kwanzaa principles, symbols, and rituals; and find great ideas for making gifts and foods for Kwanzaa. Includes a Swahili glossary and pronunciation key.
Family anecdotes add to this thorough look at the origins and rituals of the holiday. Traditional crafts and eighteen recipes are included.
Make crafts and decorations for Kwanzaa.
Discusses the holiday in which many African-Americans celebrate their roots and cultural heritage.
Bold illustrations and simple text introduce children to the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
Text and photographs depict how a Chicago family celebrates the African American holiday, Kwanzaa.
Discusses special times of the year when African-Americans celebrate, including Black History Month, Mardi Gras, Juneteenth, Harambee, Junkanoo, and Kwanzaa. Part of the Read-and-Discover Ethnic Holidays series.
Although the young cousins live many miles apart, Leanna in Chicago and Elizabeth in Washington, D.C., both prepare for an Easter parade against the backdrop of the Second World War.
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