November Poppins Book Nook: Feasts Around the World

This time of year is full of feasts of many different kinds. There are holidays around the world with different kinds feast. There are some holidays that I know my girls, and I don’t know about all of them and this is a chance to look into more of them.

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There are so many books to explore. Here are some what we are looking into as well as some favorites.

A Medieval Feast (Reading Rainbow Book) is a classic. I like that with the theme of feast there are so many different ideas of feast. I like historical feast as well as those around the world.

Stone Soup (Aladdin Picture Books) is a Caldecott Honor book. I really like the story of Stone Soup. We have read several verions of this story.

Kids Around the World Celebrate!: The Best Feasts and Festivals from Many Lands is a book we are going to check out. We have read others in the series.

Bread, Bread, Bread (Around the World Series) is a book we read recently at about different breads. It is fun to learn about the same foods made different ways.

Everybody Cooks Rice (Carolrhoda Picture Books) is another book we are going to be checking out. I like the idea of seeing how people in our neighborhood uses rice. It is common dish in many different areas. There are several more in this series to check out as well. Everyone has different ways to use a common cooking item.

One is a Feast for Mouse: A Thanksgiving Tale (Mouse (Holiday House)) is another book we will check out. I love to find different ones about Thanksgiving Feast.

Bear Says Thanks (The Bear Books) is a great feast story with Bear and friends. We love this series by Janet Chapman and Karma Wilson. It is fun to see what bear fixes for his friends.

This Is the Feast is another Thanksgiving feast book. It is one we will be looking into. I really like reading different stories about Thanksgiving.

If you’re interested in joining this month’s Poppin Nook Book club, here’s what you need to do…

  • Comment below and let us know that you are joining in!
  • Pick your favorite Feast Around the World book (or a new one you want to check out) and read it with your child or class.
  • Create an activity, project, craft, cooking project, etc. related to the book and do it.
  • Come back and share it with us as part of a big Feast Around the World blog hop on Monday, November 30th! The linky will be live for 3 weeks, so if you aren’t ready to post on the 30th… just join in when you can!

Here are some of the people joining in the link up this month.

Poppins Book Nook Themes for 2015-2016 - 3Dinosaurs.com

Here all the themes and the dates for this year Poppins Book Nook:
March: Weather – IntroductionFree Weather Pack
April 27th: Farms – IntroductionFree Roll a Farm Printable!
May 25th: Caldecott Medal Books – IntroductionEasy Craft: Yarn Pictures
June 29th: Forest/Woods – IntroductionWildlife Sorting: Diurnal, Nocturnal & Crepuscular
July 27th: Composers – IntroductionExploring Music Notes & Composers
August 31: Books that Were made into Movies – IntroductionKing of the Wild Things Crown
September 28th: Newberry Medal Winners – Stamping Words on Spider Webs
October 26th: Artists IntroductionLearning About Artists
November 30th: Feast Around the World
January 25th: Countries Around the World
February 29th: Ponds, Lakes & Rivers

What is your Feast Around the World book?

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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