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A Pioneer Christmas: Celebrating In The Backwoods In 1841

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Pioneer Christmas Celebrating

Written by Barbara Greenwood and it was published by Kids Can Press. The children's book became available on the 1st of September, 2003. The book has 48 pages and it has works of music additionally it and it includes nicely colored illustrations. It's 9.33" Height x 7.95" Length x 0.16" Width and has a weight of 0.36 lbs. Grab a copy of this book, check out the add to cart button below.

Kids Can Press

ISBN: 1550749552
Author: Barbara Greenwood

Combining fiction and non-fiction, this dramatic story set in the snowy backwoods follows the Robertson family as they prepare for Christmas in 1841. Even 150 years ago, Christmas was a exclusive time. How will Andrew and Sophie -- with a baby on the way -- fare on such a dangerous journey? Each chapter of the story is enhanced by info about the pioneer period and how Christmas was celebrated in the past. A companion book to A Pioneer Thanksgiving, A Pioneer Christmas weaves together stories, details and activities to generate a tapestry of pioneer life. They are excitedly expecting guests from afar but as a winter storm begins to rage, the household fears for the safety of the travellers. Children will learn about holiday traditions in a lot more detail through crafts, games, songs along with other activities.


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