An English Year: Twelve Months in the Life of England’s Kids

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This book is about children who live in England. They do a lot of the same things we do in the United States of America, but they do lots of things differently too. And they have some different names for things that we have. They like to eat crisps but we would call those chips, but the chips that they eat are like our french fries! This book shows what they do each month of the year. So in January you see the children eating hot chestnuts and they put their Christmas tree away and go back to school. In April they have school holidays and lots of fun things for Easter, and in September they have a harvest festival.

This book is fun because it shows children in England. The pictures are colorful and fun to look at. There is not a story that goes along with this, but you get to know how the children live and the things they like to do. If you are interested in what things children do if they live in England, you will like to read this book.

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Author Tania McCartney
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publish Date 28-Sep-2015
ISBN 9781921966866
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Issue February 2016
Category Children's


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