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Books in this category include customs and traditions of people around the world. In some books the emphasis is on commonalties among people; in others, the focus is on the ways that people and groups of people can be different from one another.
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All Books in the Customs & Traditions Category Hanukkah! Marilyn Hafner (Illustrator), Roni Schotter (Author) Five children and their family celebrate the holiday. [Grade Level: K - 3] Hanukkah: Eight Nights, Eight Lights Malka Drucker (Author), Brom Hoban (Illustrator) The history, customs, rituals and recipes associated with the holiday. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] Have A Happy: A Novel About Kwanzaa Carole Byard (Illustrator), Mildred Pitts Walter (Author) A family celebrates Kwanzaa. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] High Elk's Treasure Oren Lyons (Illustrator), Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve (Author) An adventure story that also tells about life on a Lakota reservation. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] Hoang Anh: A Vietnamese-American Boy Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith (Author), Lawrence Migdale (Illustrator) A story of a young man who successfully relates to two cultures - one old, one new. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] Honoring Our Ancestors: Stories and Pictures by Fourteen Artists Edited by Harriet Rohmer Fourteen artists and picture book illustrators present paintings with descriptions of the ancestors who have inspired them. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] The Hopis Ronald Himler (Illustrator), Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve (Author) A glimpse into the history, arts and crafts, way of life, and religion of the Hopi. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] The House I Live In: At Home in America Written and Illustrated by Isadore Seltzer A description of the many types of houses built throughout the United States. [Grade Level: 4 - 6] Houses of Hide and Earth: Native Dwellings Written by Bonnie Shemie A description of the dwellings of the Plains Indians . [Grade Level: 4 - 6] How My Parents Learned to Eat Ina R. Friedman (Author), Allen Say (Illustrator) A child tells how her American father learned to eat with chopsticks and her Japanese mother learned to eat with a knife and fork. [Grade Level: K - 3]
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