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New Year


Dumpling Soup    by Jana Kim Rattigan
It is New Year’s Eve on the Hawaiian island of Oahu where 7 year old Marisa lives.  All of her aunties, uncles and cousins are coming over to Grandma’s house to celebrate with food and togetherness.


Shanté Keys and the New Year’s Peas   by Gail Piernas-Davenport
When Shanté’s family goes to Grandma’s to share the New Year’s feast Grandma realizes she forgot the black-eyed peas!  So Shanté is sent out into the neighborhood to find some—but she also finds out about her neighbors’ New Year traditions and foods.


When the Chickens Went on Strike    by Erica Silverman
It is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, in Russia long ago.  At the start of the New Year people twirl a live chicken over their heads to erase their bad deeds.  What will happen when the chickens go on strike?


This Next New Year    by Janet Wong
It is Chinese New Year and this boy is getting ready—cleaning the house, cleaning himself, making special food… Then comes the parade and firecrackers that scare away the bad luck.  It is time for hope, a new start and a second chance. 

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