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    The First Night

    The First Night

    by B.G. Hennessy and Lou Fancher Steve Johnson

    In a dark, warm stable, something special happened...Here, in a richly illustrated, gentle book is the simply-told story of Jesus’ birth in the manger.

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    On the First Night of Chanukah

    On the First Night of Chanukah

    by Cecily Kaiser and Brian Schatell

    On the first night of Chanukah, my mother gave to me A menorah burning bright for all to see! Sung to the tune and rhythm of the popular "The Twelve Days of Christmas," this 8x8 paperback introduces young readers to the traditions of Chanukah. Gifts of latkes, gelt, dreidels, donuts, and much more celebrate this very special holiday! Back matter and a glossary explain the history and traditions of Chanukah.

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First Night

Author: Jane Aiken Hodge

Interest Level:
9-12

Age:
14-18

Genre:
Adventure, Historical Fiction

Subject:
Women's History and Experience, Changes and New Experiences, Friends and Friendship

About This Book

It is 1802, peace is breaking out in Europe, and two young women set out to seek their fortune there. American Martha is rich, plain and tired of fortune hunters, English Cristabel is a duke's unwanted daughter with the voice of an angel. But nothing is stable in Napoleon's Europe and twenty-five years of tyranny are to be celebrated with a new opera, but whose libretto will be chosen? Cristabel's prince and Martha's plebian are both competitors, but more hangs on the opera's first performance than either the girls can guess.


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