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Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family By Pratima Mitchell

Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family by Pratima Mitchell

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Summary

Presents a story looking at how the Sikh festival for Guru Nanak's Birthday is celebrated around the world.

Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family Summary

Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family: A Story About Guru Nanak's Birthday by Pratima Mitchell

When Baljit visits the Panjab, he realises that his family is scattered around the world. When he returns home to Coventry he uses the internet to keep in touch with his cousin, Priti, in the Panjab. They discuss the different ways that they're going to celebrate Guru Nanak's Birthday and form a plan to use the internet to bring the family together on this special day. Introductory text explains the significance of the festival in the Sikh religion and there is a full glossary of religious terms at the end of the story.

Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family Reviews

'Read and enjoy.' -- Jubileebooks.co.uk 'lovely books to have in the school library and would make a useful adjunct to any relevant study.' -- Primary Geographer 20030101 '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 20030101

About Pratima Mitchell

Pratima Mitchell is Punjabi, was born in India and spends her time between India, Oxford and the rest of the world. She has worked as a teacher, an editor and published eighteen children's books.

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GOR002674062
9780750236638
0750236639
Celebration Stories: The Guru's Family: A Story About Guru Nanak's Birthday by Pratima Mitchell
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hachette Children's Group
2002-07-18
48
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