Diwali is Thursday, November 4, 2022
Celebrate Diwali with this delightful baby board book that little ones will adore.
Binny woke up happy but nervous. It was her day to share about Diwali, the Festival of Lights!Binny is excited to talk to her class about her favorite holiday. But she struggles to find the words.Taking a deep breath, she tells her classmates about the fireworks that burst like stars in the night sky, leaving streaks of gold and red and green.
Books in the Festival Time series describe the activities of typical families as parents and children celebrate some of their culture's major holidays. Attractive color illustrations on every page will appeal to younger children. The simply yet delightfully told stories describe the festivities while giving children background information about holidays in many different cultures.
Pixar animator and Academy Award–nominated director Sanjay Patel (Sanjay’s Super Team) brings to life Hinduism’s most important gods and goddesses—and one sacred stone—in fun, full-color illustrations, each accompanied by a short, lively profile.
A 21st century retelling of a 2500-year old story
Learn all about the traditions of Diwali with this third book in the delightful board book series Celebrate the World, which highlights special occasions and holidays across the globe.
Each autumn we gather with our friends and family and light our brightest lanterns. It’s time for Diwali, the festival of lights!
Beautiful, dynamic photographs and brief, lively text introduce readers to the joyous holiday of Diwali, evoking the celebrations of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains around the world. In Deborah Heiligman's inviting global odyssey of the Hindu holiday we learn that Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over evil, and of light over darkness.
Every year in October or November people come together to celebrate Diwali. It is the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals.
During Diwali, Hindus, Sikhs and Jains celebrate the legends and stories that describe the triumph of good over evil and justice over oppression. Critically acclaimed author Rina Singh explores her Indian roots as she tells the Diwali stories, which remind us that eventually light will prevail over darkness.
An introduction to the traditions, festivities, and history of Kwanzaa for the youngest readers.This fact-filled Rookie Read-About Holiday book introduces the youngest readers (Ages 3-6) to Diwali.
Divali helps children to find out more about this important festival of lights—from the start of the Hindu New Year to different Divali traditions. Children are introduced to the story of the Ramayana and different Hindu gods. They also learn about divas and decorations, New Year rituals, and special Divali food.
The festival of lights is one of the most popular festivals in the Hindu calendar. Like most Hindu festivals, Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over evil. According to one legend Diwali is observed to mark the return of Lord Rama to his homeland, Ay
It's the Festival of Lights in Nepal, and today is the day to honor dogs Brothers Alu and Bhalu wander the streets of Kathmandu, passing by twirling kites and bamboo swings, looking for a dog to feed. But as night falls, their task begins to feel hopeless, until they spot a small black dog who is in need of a friend.
The bold, bright colors of India leap off the page in this fresh and funny picture book retelling of how Ganesha came to help write the epic poem of Hindu literature, the Mahabharata. Ganesha is just like any other kid, except that he has the head of an elephant and rides around on a magical mouse.