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The Stone Soup Book of Festival and Holiday Stories

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Stone Soup is the international literary magazine and website publishing writing and art by young people under the age of 14. Founded in 1973, we have published more creative work by children than any other publisher, selecting the very best from thousands of submissions every year. This volume of stories about Festivals and Holidays is part of a series of books in which we bring together some of our young writers' finest work on particular themes.The 53 stories and three poems in this volume were written by authors between the ages of six and 13, selected for publication in Stone Soupmagazine. Since its beginning in 1973, Stone Souphas published art, poetry, and short fiction springing from the imaginations of young writers and artists. The excitement and traditions associated with the events that mark each year have been part of that work since the very first issue of the magazine.In this collection, you will find stories about family gatherings, gift giving, seasonal rituals and performances, and fun with friends, all with holidays, festivals or collective celebrations-secular and religious-at their core. Predictably, for a magazine whose home is in the United States, the longest section contains stories based around Christmas, with a smattering about Hanukkah, Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July. But you'll also read poems and stories about celebrations in other cultures, from Diwali to a Navajo puberty ceremony, and meet a few Halloween witches, solstice sunrises, and St. Patrick's Day leprechauns along the way. Join us for a walk through a year punctuated by festivals, holidays-and our young authors' creative thinking.… (lisätietoja)
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I thought this book was unique. It is a group of stories, essays, and poems all written by children about holiday things. I was excited to read it with my kids but it didn't hold their attention. I enjoyed it and thought it was a great way to show my kids that you can be an author at any age but maybe it was just the mood they were in, but they weren't very intrigued by it.
  hooligansmama | Jan 17, 2024 |
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A fun collection with good stories that I enjoyed experiencing! ( )
  RaechelLenore | Dec 1, 2022 |
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This book is wonderful. I was fortunate enough to receive a copy of this book through LibraryThing. My son and I read the stories together. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about other cultures. It is well done. We loved reading stories by 6 year olds right up through 12 year olds. There were short stories and poems. ( )
  SheriannFS | Nov 3, 2019 |
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Especially for parents or mentors of children, this is a great collection, with a wide range of depth and capacity for storytelling, showing that writing is an endeavor that takes practice and patience.

As a personal fan of the stories behind holidays, I was fascinated by what is the focal point for children in many of these tales. Seeing what is important, what is highlighted, and what is ignored gives great insight into the minds of our students. ( )
  HippieLunatic | Oct 6, 2019 |
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This is a cute set of stories. I really enjoyed reading them and thinking about when most were written. They give you an interesting perspective at what the authors were thinking. ( )
  polarmath | Jun 13, 2019 |
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Stone Soup is the international literary magazine and website publishing writing and art by young people under the age of 14. Founded in 1973, we have published more creative work by children than any other publisher, selecting the very best from thousands of submissions every year. This volume of stories about Festivals and Holidays is part of a series of books in which we bring together some of our young writers' finest work on particular themes.The 53 stories and three poems in this volume were written by authors between the ages of six and 13, selected for publication in Stone Soupmagazine. Since its beginning in 1973, Stone Souphas published art, poetry, and short fiction springing from the imaginations of young writers and artists. The excitement and traditions associated with the events that mark each year have been part of that work since the very first issue of the magazine.In this collection, you will find stories about family gatherings, gift giving, seasonal rituals and performances, and fun with friends, all with holidays, festivals or collective celebrations-secular and religious-at their core. Predictably, for a magazine whose home is in the United States, the longest section contains stories based around Christmas, with a smattering about Hanukkah, Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July. But you'll also read poems and stories about celebrations in other cultures, from Diwali to a Navajo puberty ceremony, and meet a few Halloween witches, solstice sunrises, and St. Patrick's Day leprechauns along the way. Join us for a walk through a year punctuated by festivals, holidays-and our young authors' creative thinking.

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