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Seven Days of Kwanzaa (Holiday Hardcover Step Book) by Ella Grier and John Ward
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PreSchool-Grade 2. Stiff pages in progressively gradated widths, each trimmed with an African design, are used to describe the African-American harvest festival. A double-page spread is devoted to each of the seven days of Kwanzaa. Includes full-page paintings, symbols, recipes, song excerpts, short verses, and activities related to the principle of the day.




Seven Days of Kwanzaa (paperback) by Angela Shelf Medearis
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Ages 9 to 12. A great resource of Kwanzaa information. It includes easy recipes, ideas and instruction for home made Kwanzaa gifts, background information on the holiday and stories of some inspirational African Americans. This book is great in the way it is written and how it states the purpose of Kwanzaa and the belief behind it. This book is a must-have for Kwanzaa enthusiasts!!




The Gifts of Kwanzaa (paperback) by Angela Shelf Medearis
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Ages 3-7. Following a brief history of the seven-day holiday, a child narrator explains the seven symbols and the seven principles of Kwanzaa, defining each with its African name (and supplying a phonetic pronunciation). The simple descriptions of the rituals performed each day make this a lucid introduction to the significance of Kwanzaa.






K Is For Kwanzaa (paperback) by Ken Wilson-Max
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PreSchool-Grade 2. Bright colors and blocky, thickly outlined objects and characters join with a simple overview of the African-American harvest holiday. There is an explanation of the seven principles of Kwanzaa and a pronunciation guide for the African words in the text. Includes a full-page outline map of Africa.






My First Kwanzaa Book (paperback) by Cal Massey and Deborah Chocolate
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Age level 4 to 8. During the last week of December, Kwanzaa is a time to dress up in African clothes and gather together with relatives from all over the country. Grandma brings special things to eat, Grandpa lights the candles, and everyone in the family celebrates their heritage.








My First Kwanzaa (hardcover) by Karen Katz
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Age level 4 to 8. With bright, clear collage illustrations that focus on one young preschooler and her extended family and friends, this picture book introduces Kwanzaa. A double-page spread for each of the seven days shows and tells the Seven Principles. Africa is mentioned a lot, and a final note explains that the name Kwanzaa comes from a Swahili word for "first fruits." A useful pronunciation guide is included, as are clear explanations of the candles, gifts, crafts, fruits, and vegetables that are part of the celebration.




African Punch-out Masks (paperback) by A.G. Smith and Josie Hazen
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Children will experience the magic and excitement of Africa with these exciting punch-out masks. Features 6 masks, including a hyena mask, a Bateke mask and Bakuba dance mask all ideal for parties, Halloween fun scouting programs and much more. No scissors needed for assembly.








Traditional African Costumes: Paper Dolls (paperback) by Yuko Green
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Accurately rendered collection of 29 authentic costumes and accessories for two dolls. Loose-flowing agbada gown for a Yoruba man, animals skins for a Luo warrior from Kenya, simply draped robes and striped shawls for Masai man and woman, and more, plus fanciful headdresses, shields, drums, masks, and other tribal artifacts.


Africa is Not a Country: It's a Continent (paperback) by Dr. Arthur Lewin
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Everything you always wanted to know about Africa, especially good for children. You'll find puzzles, games, pictures to color, maps, flags, demographic information on each African country, history of liberation, key people, food, customs, etc.




Missa Luba: An African Mass (classical music CD)
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The Missa Luba came out at a time when the Roman Catholic Church was just introducing (and allowing) the vernacular to be used in its liturgies. This particular piece is still exciting and moving, as it uses Kenyan rhythms and lyrics, the first four tracks in Latin, to really "make a joyful noise"!








Kwanzaa Party! A Celebration of Black Cultures in Song (audio CD)
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This CD is the second in a series of releases that showcase high-energy music performed by talented musicians from around the African diaspora. You will hear outstanding songs from many countries, including Haiti, Zaire, Brazil, Cuba, and the U.S.-- sung in many languages, played to diverse rhythms, and all unified by the common bonds of joy and cultural pride. The accompanying booklet explains the roots of Kwanzaa and the meaning of the holiday. It also includes some excellent recipes for cooking up a Karamu (African Feast).


African Sculptures - Maasai Warrior Statue & Maasai Mother with Child Statue
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#1) A sleek beautiful masai warrior is an impressive reminder of the strength and power of the African people. Black and bronze-finish alabastrite. 4 1/4" x 3 1/8" x 16" high.
#2) This stoic sculpture of a Masai mother gorgeously dressed in her traditional tribal garments, is a moving portrait of dignity and strength. Black and bronze-finish alabastrite. 4 1/2" x 3" x 14 3/8" high.
Free: Tribal Elephant Mask & Ceremonial Zebra Mask Alabastrite. 7 3/4" x 1 3/8" x 10 3/4" high.




African Masks
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Authentic-looking African masks are reminiscent of the ones used to bring rain or chase away evil. Fun to decorate with markers and colorful raffia. Includes cardboard masks, raffia, elastic cord, non-toxic markers, patterns and instructions.










African Mask "8" Ceramic Tile
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African Mask Tile is commercial quality. Construction grade, glossy finish tiles are produced from material clays and minerals into exceptionally reliable finished products that can be used as a decorarative pieces also.






African Tribal Mask Wall Plaque
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This striking wall plaque in ebony-finished alabastrite adds interest to any room. 6" x 2 3/4" x 14 1/2" high.








African Art - African Mask Mouse Pads
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African Mask Mouse Pad is measuring 8w x 8h x .25d, soft commercial quality high resolution product. The image is permanent and becomes part of the mouse pad surface. The transfer method produces professional matte finish with Premium Quality.






African Mask Apron
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African Mask Apron is commercial quality product. Whether it's put to use in a restaurant or home, this apron will always help keep you clean. 100% cotton with Teflon finish for added protection. 1" wide neck and waist ties, adjustable neck strap.










Garden Gods Misting Sprinklers
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Make your lawn the pantheon of garden gods with a Garden Gods misting sprinkler from Bird Brain. This molded resin mister, named Mah, provides delicate watering for 25 to 35 feet and is a sculpted, handpainted replica of an actual African tribal mask. It's approximately 18 inches tall and 9 inches across, and water mists from the top of the mask. With its dramatic carvings and abstract painted features, Mah will certainly be a mystical focal point in any garden or lawn. But this work of art will fit into a serene feng shui garden as well.


Tribal Mask Lamp of Africa
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A culturally delightful African tribal mask design lamp. UL Recognized. Fabric shade; alabastrite base. 10" diameter x 19" high.












Barbie Collector Kwanzaa Barbie Doll Festivals Of The World
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Age level 6 Years And Up. Collector Kwanzaa Barbie who wears a beautiful outfit with an African inspired motif on the borders of her tunic style top, long skirt and tied scarf. Beading on her belt, necklace and earrings add the final touch. Fashion Doll Collectible!


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