Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Ramadan

  wrapped present  At the end of the year, we all have something to celebrate, and whether you break your fast at Ramadan, light Hanukkah candles, decorate a Christmas tree, or explore your roots at Kwanzaa, the library is the place to be!  The following books and websites will help make your holiday more complete.

Angels We Have Heard On High by Joan Wester Anderson
Christmas in Plains by Jimmy Carter
Muslim Festivals and Ceremonies by Rashid Chaudhri
Stories Behind the Best-Loved Songs of Christmas by Ace Collins
Christmas with Mary Engelbreit by Mary EngelbreitKwanzaa by Cedric McClester
The Christmas Box Miracle by Richard Paul Evans
Merry Christmas! by Karal Ann Marling
Kwanzaa by Cedric McClester
Christopher Radko’s Heart of Christmas by Christopher Radko
Were They Wise Men or Kings by Joseph Walsh

Classic Crafts and Recipes for the Holidays by the Editors of Martha Stewart Living
Hanukkah Crafts by Joyce Becker
Handmade Christmas:  Best of Martha Stewart Living

Fast and Festive Meals for the Jewish Holidays by Marlene Sorosky
Fast and Festive Meals for the Jewish Holidays by Marlene Sorosky
Christmas 101:  Celebrate the Holiday Season, From Christmas to New Year’s by Rick Rodgers

Aunt Dimity’s Christmas by Nancy Atherton
The Christmas Train by David Baldacci
This Year it Will Be Different And Other Stories by Maeve Binchy Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
He Sees You When You’re Sleeping by Mary Higgins Clark
Scarpetta’s Winter Table by Patricia Cornwell
Mistletoe and Murder by Carola Dunn
The Christmas Box by Richard Evans
Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
Mitford Snowmen by Jan Karon
The Christmas Basket by Debbie Macomber

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Page
Christmas in New York City – Check out Rockefeller Center, department store windows, & other city sights!
Hanukkah LinksContains links to some of the best Chanukah sites on the Internet
The Official Kwanzaa Web Site
Ramadan on the Net


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