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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 (((EBOOK))) ⇨ Thread of Love ↳ 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 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. Thread of Love by Kabir Sehgal and Surishtha Sehgal, illustrated by Zara Gonzalez Hoang PICTURE BOOK Beach Lane Books Simon Schuster 2018 17.99 1534404732BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 OPTIONAL AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGE Rakhi is an Indian festival where sisters make a bracelet for their brothers, and brothers give sisters gifts Based on the song Frere Jacques, the text tells of the day the sister makes the bracelet Large bold illustrations are the highlight of this simple book Includes a description of the festival at the beginning with bracelet making instructions at the end I felt the song interpretation was too repetitive and didn t serve the text it felt like an afterthought to the pictures Lisa Librarianhttps kissthebookjr.blogspot.com 20 Picture Book 2Thread of Love 2018This story is about 3 siblings celebrating the Indian festival of Raksha Bandhan This festival celebrate the special relationship between brothers and sisters in the Indian culture The two sisters make rakhi, thread bracelets decorated with colorful beads, tassels and sequins for the brother to show how much they love him In return the brother promise to always watch out for his sisters and gives them sweets and toys This is such a sweet book about siblings and was recommended to me by my cousin who s husband is from India It is set to the tune of Fr re Jacques and has simple text that older children can read alone It is also a great introduction to an Indian festival The pictures are very bright and colorful and show the children in traditional Indian attire. The kids and I enjoyed learning about the Indian festival Rakhi, where siblings celebrate their love and respect for each other by making thread bracelets Kids can make their own Rakhi thread bracelet following the craft instructions in the back matter.They did have extra questions about this tradition, so it might have been nice to have an extra page of back matter with additional explanations, but globally it is a nice, age appropriate introduction to this holiday. A simple story about rakhi which is the Indian festival in which brothers and sisters demonstrate their love and respect for one another The sisters make a threaded bracelet, called a rakhi, which symbolizes love Brothers promise to care for their sisters and give them a present.Bright, vibrant illustrations and the text is set to the tune of Frere Jacques. A sweet story about two sisters, their brother, and their celebration of the Indian holiday Raksha Bandhan The text is set to the familiar pattern of the song, Are You Sleeping The beautiful illustrations will captivate young readers as the sisters create a rakhi for their brother and their brother shares sweets with them The back matter includes instructions on how to create rakhi. The illustrations are cheery and bright and text about love between siblings, and between people of all nations is simple and uplifting They provide new words to the familiar turn of Frere Jacques to introduce young readers to the Indian festival of rakhi The book includes instructions at the back for how to make a thread bracelet, the thread of love referred to in the story. 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.