New Year’s Day by Lynn Peppas

New Year's DayAll too soon we will be celebrating 2014. Many of us will stay up to midnight on December 31st to be among the first to welcome in the New Year. There are a variety of traditions or customs that people enjoy which include eating lucky foods, making resolutions, watching parades or fireworks and spending time with loved ones.

New Year’s Day offers simple text and colorful pictures to highlight some of the common traditions as well as a brief history of New Year’s Day. Interesting little “Did You Know” facts accompany each chapter – such as, did you know the largest New Year’s Day fireworks display had more than 60,000 fireworks?

This book is fun for a younger reader or for an adult to read to a young child.

10 – 9 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 Happy New Year one and all!

Posted by: Wendy

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