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Celebrate Christmas: With Carols, Presents, and Peace

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December 25th is a day of peace and festivity, the culmination of a season of worldwide goodwill. Carol singers give voice to the joyful spirit, trees are decorated, and gifts exchanged between families and friends. A name-check of the gift-bearers awaited by children reflects the global nature of the celebration: Pere Noel in France, Santa Claus in America, La Befana in I ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 9th 2007 by National Geographic Children's Books
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We read the Passover book in the same series, which was much richer is explaining the religious origin of the holiday; this book, by contrast, is lacking in discussion of the nativity story.
A beautifully photographed and designed book featuring locations around the world and families of all colors and cultures. It's from National Geographic, of course.
A good educational look at Christmas and its traditions around the world.
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Deborah Heiligman's second job was at the Scholastic News Explorer, the 4th grade classroom magazine. There discovered that she loved writing for children and she has never looked back.

After the birth of her two children she started to work as a freelancer. She has written 28 children's books as well as articles for numerous magazines including Ladies' Home Journal, Sesame Street Parents Guide, P
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