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Celebration Stories: Coming Home By Jamila Gavin

Celebration Stories: Coming Home by Jamila Gavin

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Preeta and her family go out shopping for new clothes for Divali - but then Preeta gets lost. Will she be found in time for the party? Meanwhile, Prince Rama and Princess Sita are banished from their kingdom to the jungle, where Sita is kidnapped by demons. The monkey God, Hanuman, comes to Rama's aid but will they ever find Sita again?

Celebration Stories: Coming Home Summary

Celebration Stories: Coming Home: A Story About Divali by Jamila Gavin

It's almost Divali and there's lots to do. Preeta and her family go out shopping for new clothes for the celebration - but then Preeta gets lost. Will she be found in time for the party? Meanwhile, Prince Rama and Princess Sita are banished from their kingdom to the jungle, where Sita is kidnapped by demons. The monkey God, Hanuman, comes to Rama's aid but will they ever find Sita again? Introductory text explains the significance of the festival and there is a full glossary of unfamiliar terms at the end of the story.

Celebration Stories: Coming Home Reviews

Well told. -- TES 20020906 'an attractive new series which manages to use lively, well-illustrated fiction as a back-drop for RE, Citizenship and PSHE without being off-puttingly didactic or preachy.' -- School Librarian Journal, Winter 2002 20020906

About Jamila Gavin

Jamila Gavin was the winner of the Whitbread Prize 2001, Shortlisted for Carnegie and Shortlisted for the Blue Peter 2001 Award, for her novel children's novel 'Coram Boy'. She was also shortlisted for a Guardian Award for Wheel of Surya.

Additional information

GOR002605291
9780750236584
0750236582
Celebration Stories: Coming Home: A Story About Divali by Jamila Gavin
Used - Good
Hardback
Hachette Children's Group
2002-07-18
48
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