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By Molly Mia Stewart, Francine Pascal. 1992
Elizabeth Wakefield is scared! Halloween is only a few days away, and Elizabeth suspects that Caroline Pearce may be a… witch -- a bad witch. When Caroline catches Elizabeth spying on her, Elizabeth really starts to worry. Is Caroline truly a witch? And if she is, is she going to cast a nasty Halloween spell on Elizabeth?
By Joan Steiner. 2003
By Pierre Brignaud, Sarah Margaret Johanson. 2012
The house is bustling in anticipation of a Thanksgiving feast, and Caillou dreams of all the things he'll eat at… his favorite meal. Yet today he will discover that there is more to the holiday than delicious food-it's about being thankful for the good things and important people in his life. Capturing the precious memories and emotions of the holiday season, toddlers will learn about the deeper meaning of Thanksgiving in this vividly illustrated story.Also available in trade cloth/hardcover (ISBN: 978-2-89718-021-8)
By Johanne Mercier, Pierre Brignaud, Francine Nadeau. 2012
It's Christmastime and Caillou's family is gathering together. Even his Aunt Poppy and her cat Balthazar have come from far… away to celebrate the holiday with Caillou, his sister Rosie, and their parents and grandparents. Before they know it, Christmas Eve has arrived, and Caillou-who is too excited to sleep-suddenly hears a strange noise. Could it be Santa? Capturing the precious memories and emotions of the holiday season, toddlers learn about the deeper meaning of Christmas.
By Elisabeth Waldmeier, Susan Tuttle Laube. 2002
The Galungan festival in Bali marks the victory of dharma (order) over adharma(disorder). It is celebrated by the Balinese Hindus,… who believe that duringthese ten days of prayers, offerings, and feasting, their revered ancestors return to their former homes to be welcomed and entertained. Using this entrancing setting, Swiss illustrator and painter Elisabeth Waldmeier relates the exhilarating festival of the fun-loving Balinesc people through the eyes of a former child dancer, Sadri, who descends to his previous home to participate in the annual rapturous village celebrations. A delightful story accompanying enchanting and detailed illustrations, this book will captivate both children and adults alike.