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Ella Grier (Author), John William Ward (Illustrator). A double-page spread is devoted to each of the seven days of Kwanzaa
Ella Grier (Author), John William Ward (Illustrator). A double-page spread is devoted to each of the seven days of Kwanzaa. It features a full-page painting on the verso and the date and a symbol on the recto along with a song excerpt, a short verse, or an activity related to the principle of the day. Four recipes are appended. Unfortunately, the presentation is uneven. For example, the text for the Third day, which has the principle of "Ujima" (working together), states: "We sweep the yard. Everything looks better. We are pulling together.
Like the holiday itself, Seven Days of Kwanzaa celebrates people pulling . Each page of this book represents one of the 7 days within this holidays tradition.
Like the holiday itself, Seven Days of Kwanzaa celebrates people pulling together to make things better. John Ward's illustrations illuminate a text that honors the richness of African-American culture and traditions-from lighting candles to singing songs to storytelling. Each page gives a brief description as to whats supposed to happen on each day of the holiday. I like this book because it teaches kids about a holiday that many people don't know about, and it shows many similarities between different holiday traditions that they may not have known existed.
Pick up this book if you want to wallow in Christmas memories of your own. It tells a charming story of a young Indian family on. .This bright, upbeat picture book showcases Kwanzaa, the seven-day celebration that starts Dec. 26 and commemorates African-American heritage. It tells a charming story of a young Indian family on Christmas Eve. They examine their homemade tree ornaments one by one, and each has a tale to tell. It's also a treasure trove of craft ideas: Spool people hang on the tree, as so do starfish Santas and candlewax figures. The book works on several levels. For kids 2 and up, there is simple, energetic text with repeating refrains they'll enjoy.
The foundation of Kwanzaa are the Seven Principles, or Nguzo Saba. When Dr. Karenga created the celebration of Kwanzaa he wanted to reflect the best qualities and characteristics of the first fruit or harvest festivals that were celebrated throughout Africa. It was these qualities that established the Nguzo Saba, or Seven Principles of Kwanzaa. Nguzo Saba is Kiswahili for Seven Principles). The Seven Principles (Nguzo Saba) of Kwanzaa are: Umoja (oo-MOH-jah): Unity. Success starts with Unity.
Handful of Kwanzaa crafts and other decorations should be created according to your own tastes and preferences
Handful of Kwanzaa crafts and other decorations should be created according to your own tastes and preferences. All the seven days of Kwanzaa bring new meaning and principles of the Nguzo Saba. A new candle is lighted each day to represent one of these doctrines of Kwanzaa. Even though there is no specific rule about lighting the candle but most of the families traditionally pass the responsibility of lighting the candle to the youngest member of that particular family. Nevertheless, some families think it a bit differently.
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Green is for the land. Red is for the blood. Black is for the people whom we love. Harambee -it's Kwanzaa! With joyful songs; recipes for delicious dishes (such as Jambalaya Salad); evocative art; and simple, poetic explanations of principles and symbols, this African-American holiday comes beautifully to life.
Every year, for seven days beginning December 26th, African-Americans celebrate their heritage during the Kwanzaa holiday. In this book, you will find recipes for African dishes to make a Kwanzaa feast, and instructions for making masks,. In this book, you will find recipes for African dishes to make a Kwanzaa feast, and instructions for making masks, African toe puppets, and other Kwanzaa gifts.