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|This book moves chrologically through the calendar year and looks at the typical events, customs and celebrations celebrated by Muslim children. Festivals such as Ashura and Lailat ul-Miraj, and personal customs such as Ramadan are explored through the use of religious articles, books, buildings, symbols and food. Look inside nine-year-old Nayaab's diary to read what it's like to be at each event. It links to the following units in the DfES Scemes of Work: 1A - What does it mean to belong? (Year 1, looking at religious symbols, clothes, buildings and festivals), 1D Beliefs and practice - generic (Year 1), 3A Celebrations - generic (Year 2), 3A What do signs and symbols mean in religion? (Year 3).|
|Publisher||Hachette Children's Group|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||96450915|
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|Author(s)||Cath Senker, Shahrukh Husain|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Series Title||Year of Religious Festivals S.|
|Interest Age||From 6 to 8|
|Content Note||Full-Colour Photographs and Illustrations|
|Author Biography||Cath Senker has spent most of her life in Sussex, but has also lived in Israel for 3 years, doing community work with both Jews and Arabs. She speaks 5 foreign languages. She has worked in children's books for many years and her main interests are history, politics, travel and popular science. The consultant, Shahrukh Husain is a writer and consultant on Islam.|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Educational Level||United Kingdom School Key Stage 1|
|Subject||School Textbooks & Study Guides: Literature, Arts & Humanities|
|Imprint||Wayland (Publishers) Ltd|
|Date of Publication||12/08/2004|
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