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@Download E-pub Î Thread of Love æ Three Siblings Enjoy The Indian Festival Of Raksha Bandhan A Celebration Of The Special Relationship Between Brothers And Sisters In This Vibrant Reinterpretation Of The Classic Song Fr Re JacquesAre You Sleeping From New York Times Bestselling Mother Son Duo Surishtha Sehgal And Kabir SehgalIt S Time For The Indian Festival Of Raksha Bandhan, The Celebration Of The Special Lifelong Relationship Shared By Brothers And Sisters Everywhere Join Two Sisters As They Lovingly Make Rakhi Thread Bracelets Adorned With Beads, Sequins, Sparkles, And Tassels For Their Brother And Then See Their Brother Present Them With Toys And Sweets And Special Gifts New York Times Bestselling Authors Surishtha And Kabir Sehgals Irresistible Text, Set To The Tune Of The Classic Song Fr Re JacquesAre You Sleeping , Will Have Little Ones Singing Along While They Learn About Indian Culture And The Vibrant Illustrations By Zara Gonzalez Hoang Will Have Readers Wishing They Could Step Right Into The Characters Colorful Crafting WorldThis Enchanting Picture Book Includes Instructions For Making Rakhi A great book that introduces the Indian Holiday Raksha Bandhan and how to make a rakhi thread bracelet The story only has a few words per page but clearly shows how a red thread binds others together with love This would make a great storytime book. Mother son author team Surishtha and Kabir Sehgal, whose previous titles include A Bucket of Blessings , The Wheels on the Tuk Tuk and Festival of Colors , explore the Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan in this fourth picture book An annual holiday intended to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters, it involves the gift of a rakhi a decorative bracelet containing a talisman of some sort from the sister to the brother, and a gift of sweets or jewelry in return Using the classic song,Fr re JacquesAKA Brother John as a basis, the simple, sing song text here follows two girls as they make a rakhi for their brother, tie it on him, and receive some gifts in exchange A brief afterword includes instructions on making a rakhi, and a simple glossary of termsThe third picture book I have read from the Seghal family, Thread of Love pairs an engaging read aloud narrative with bright, colorful artwork I had never heard of Raksha Bandhan before picking up this title, so I was happy to learn a little bitabout Hindu and Indian customs, in this regard I do wish a fewdetails about the festival had been given, in the very brief foreword, but I would imagine that for most young children the explanation presented will be enough The text itself works quite well, I think, especially if one is familiar with the original song, and reads along using its rhythm The artwork from Zara Gonzalez Hoang, who appears to be making her debut here, is quite cute and expressive, if a little too cartoonish for my taste Recommended to anyone looking for children s stories about the bond between siblings, or featuring Hindu and or Indian families and cultural customs. Art Crafting, bracelet makingFamily 2 sisters and 1 brotherIdentity native and worldwide IndianSong Frere JaquesA mother and son team adapt this common French song to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, an Indian festival in which brothers and sisters celebrate their love and respect for each other through gift giving The book concludes with a world map of brothers and sisters across the globe, highlighting another form of connection between people that share a cultural bond to India.Oftentimes celebrated in August, this would be an excellent book to share during units on family, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May ,and artistic expressions and can easily be followed with a beading craft The familiar song and contemporary, bold artwork will make this very appealing for toddlers and infants.Reviewed by Miss Kelsey, Youth and School Services, Vernon Area Public Library Age Toddler PreschoolArt Crafting, bracelet makingFamily 2 sisters and 1 brotherIdentity native and worldwide IndianSong Frere JaquesA mother and son team adapt this common French song to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, an Indian festival in which brothers and sisters celebrate their love and respect for each other through gift giving The book concludes with a world map of brothers and sisters across the globe, highlighting another form of connection between people that share a cultural bond to India.Oftentimes celebrated in August, this would be an excellent book to share during units on family, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May ,and artistic expressions and can easily be followed with a beading craft The familiar song and contemporary, bold artwork will make this very appealing for toddlers and infants.