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Children learn the origin of the Diwali festival as celebrated today, in a story in rhyming text. It is the story of an evil villain and a battle. Join Rama as he adventures forth to defeat darkness and despair.
Happy Diwali Suno! When a mysterious package arrives from her Dadima, Suno and her friends, Dekho and Jaano, get swept up in the excitement and wonder of the Diwali Gift!
As the festival of Diwali approaches, Ricki wants to confess that he accidentally broke a rosebud off the bush he and his grandfather planted, but grandfather is busy blaming the neighbours who are newly arrived in Trinidad from India.
Twelve-year-old Aru stretches the truth to fit in at her private school, but when she is dared to prove an ancient lamp is cursed, she inadvertently frees an ancient demon.
Hari is a dreamer with an unusual talent. He spends the few coins he earns washing cars, on cinema trips to watch (and learn from) his beloved Bollywood films. Then one day Hari's gloriously fancy footwork is spotted by Mr Ram...
It's the worst Diwali ever. Dad has forgotten the sparklers, the fairy lights are broken, and after hearing the story of Rama and Sita, Deepak is sure the demon king Ravana is after him. Includes a glossary, recipes and Rangoli patterns.
Chook and his friend Praj are going to the Hindu festival, Diwali. Big big crowds makes Chook nervous. Can Praj help Chook overcome his fear?
A vibrant board book that introduces little ones to the Hindu festival of Holi with a rainbow of colors.
In Bengal, India, Premlata's family is too poor to celebrate the Festival of Lights until fate and an elephant step in.
Siblings Chintoo and Mintoo collect flowers and press the petals into a fine powder as they prepare for Holi, the Indian springtime Festival of Colors.
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