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What Is Christmas? What Is Christmas?

Author(s): Michelle Medlock Adams
Formats/Editions: Hardcover;Board book;
Genres: Board Books;


With whimsical art and rhyming text, even the youngest child will be able to answer the question, 'What is Christmas?' Ages 2-5.

   
What Is Halloween? What Is Halloween?

Author(s): Michelle Medlock Adams
Formats/Editions: Board book;
Genres: Board Books;


This title suitable for ages 2 to 5 years. Following the success of " What is Christmas? " And " What is Easter? " , Michelle Medlock Adams brings the same humour and warmth to this little Halloween board book. The simple text and colourful illustrations will help put youngsters at was with the sometimes frightening symbols of the holiday. Adams brings readers full circle to explain that scary costumes and haunted houses are but a small part of this celebration.

   
What Is Thanksgiving? What Is Thanksgiving?

Author(s): Michelle Medlock Adams
Formats/Editions: Board book;
Genres: Board Books;


Here's a fun and lively introduction to the true meaning of Thanksgiving. What is Thanksgiving Day about? Please tell me what it means. Is it about the yummy food, Like turkey and green beans? Following the success of What Is Christmas? and What Is Easter?, Michelle Adams brings the same humor and warmth to this little Thanksgiving board book. Through the whimsical art and rhyming verse that's fun to read, even the youngest child will come to understand that Thanksgiving is really about showing gratitude for all the blessings in our lives. Ages 2-5.

   
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