A Christmas Dictionary

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Do you know what relationship Zillertal has with Christmas? Or how American children came up with the name Santa Claus? What is the original name of the poem The Night Before Christmas? If you want to know the answers to these questions, no matter how old you are, you should read A Christmas Dictionary!

A children’s alphabet book with rich, beautiful, color illustrations, this volume defines the various aspects of the Christmas holiday, such as angels, elves, fruitcake, and carols. It also discusses the Bible, Advent, the Nativity, and the Virgin Mary, thus covering both the secular and the religious parts of the season.

Several words are given for each letter of the alphabet so that children can learn about a wide variety of Christmas traditions, history, and folklore. They will treasure this trove of holiday information, with its lovely illustrations, for years to come.

A pronunciation guide is included at the end of the book.

30 color illustrations.
Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 11"

Author: Beverly Barras Vidrine
Illustration: Patrick Soper
Publisher: Pelican Publishing, LLC
Hardcover, 32 pages