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Using glowing, hypnotic images and a funny, provocative text, the narrator relives his father's most amazing childhood Christmas. A moody young boy living with his aunt on an island, "Red" Breathed sees himself as the "Red Ranger from Mars", his hero from the…

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With its delightful folktales, songs, and blessings, this illustrated introduction to Rosh Hashanah captures the essence of the holiday of renewal.

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Easter

by Gail Gibbons

|January 1, 1989

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The story, how it is celebrated today, and the origin of some traditions.

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In a raging blizzard in the American Southwest, Santa employs cowpokes and cattle to make his deliveries.

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Now this wonderful, seasonal poem can be enjoyed in a new way by both hearing and deaf children. Accompanying the complete verses and full-color illustrations, line drawings show this holiday favorite in Signed English, the system that uses American Sign Language…

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A fun and creative way for children to learn about preparing for the coming of Jesus. With text by Michael Goode and illustrations by Margaret Skelly.

Easter

by Miriam Nerlove

|January 1, 1989

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Rhyming text follows two children as they celebrate Easter with their family by decorating eggs, enjoying Easter baskets, going to church, and returning home to an egg hunt and Easter dinner.

Easter

by Gail Gibbons

|January 20, 1994

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The story, how it is celebrated today, and the origin of some traditions.