|Krishna steals the butter and other stories|
Krishna steals the butter and other stories By Anita Ganeri, illustrated by Nilesh Mistry
Krishna Steals the Butter and Other Stories gives young children a first introduction to classic stories from the Hindu faith. Four beautifully illustrated tales introduce key beliefs and festivals, while commentaries for parents and teachers explain the content and meaning of each story.
|Hinduism By Holly Wallace|
Hinduism By Holly Wallace
Find out all about the faith of Hinduism through the eyes of Babu, a young Hindu from Nepal. In her own words, Babu talks about her beliefs, her family, her everyday life, the rituals and traditions that are important to her, and about the festivals and special days that are celebrated by Hindus around the world.
|The Divali story By Anita Ganeri|
The Divali story By Anita Ganeri, illustrated by Carole Gray
The Hindu story of Rama Rescues Sita is beautifully told and richly illustrated in The Divali Story. The book also includes additional information about the festival of Divali and the Ramayana, a recipe for Divali candies, as well as ideas for things to make.
|My Hindu year By Cath Senker|
My Hindu year By Cath Senker
Take twelve months in a Hindu year. There are lots of exciting festivals and special events, from Divali, Holi and Ramnavami, to Ratha Yatra, Raksha Bandhan and Navaratri. Eight year old Dhara has kept a diary through the year. Find out how people celebrate each festival all around the world. Turn the pages of Dhara's diary and read what it's like to be at each event.
|Lighting a lamp : a Diwali story By Jonny Zucker|
Lighting a lamp : a Diwali story By Jonny Zucker, illustrated by Jan Barger Cohen
A simple and delightful introduction to the Hindu festival of Diwali - suitable for the very youngest child. Follow a family as they make rangoli patterns, light diyas, and watch a brilliant fireworks display to celebrate their amazing festival of light.
|Divali By Saviour Pirotta|
Divali By Saviour Pirotta
Introduces this Hindu and Sikh holiday, discussing when it takes place, its history and significance, how it is celebrated, and the New Year's celebrations which follow it.
|Celebrate Diwali By Deborah Heiligman|
Celebrate Diwali By Deborah Heiligman
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. Although celebrated differently in different places, Diwali is universally viewed as a time of great joy, celebrated with fireworks, sweets, and gifts. Celebrate Diwali brings to life the holiday's traditions, food, and celebration rituals. The informative back matter includes Diwali recipes and a Diwali card game.
|Diwali: By Manisha Kumar|
Diwali: Khushiyon Ka Tyohaar/Diwali: a Festival of Lights and Fun By Manisha Kumar
Diwali is one of the most special of festivals of India, now celebrated around the world. Explore the merriment of Diwali with a charming family who brings the "festival of lights" to life. This dual language book in Hindi and English animates the traditions and liveliness of Diwali through rhyme, captivating pictures, and a read along CD providing both Hindi and English text.
|Hinduism By Sue Penney|