What Is the 4th of July?by Elaine Landau
How Do People Celebrate The 4th Of July? Learn All About This Holiday's Symbols And Traditions In This Fun And Easy-To-Read Book. Enjoy A Hands-On Activity, Too!
Children's Literature - Susan Treadway M.Ed.In the "I Like Holidays!" series, children explore the more popularly celebrated traditions and symbols for major American holidays with bright, colorful photos and large bold text. In particular, color-coordinated pages bring each book's theme to the forefront similar to the red, white, and blue for the Fourth of July, also known as Independence Day. Consistent formatting creates uniform books for easy reading and as a handy quick reference for the younger set. Each "chapter" is a two-page spread; very simple text and life-sized graphics help little ones focus in a big way. Each beginning reader book contains a holiday craft along with a table of contents, a few words to know (with a very basic definition and pronunciation guide), a listing of several resources, and an index. Excellent for group read-alouds as well as for independent readers, books in the series also cover Thanksgiving Day, Veteran's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Halloween, and Valentine's Day. Reviewer: Susan Treadway, M.Ed.
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