Written by Scot Ritchie
Published by Kids Can Press, Limited
In this perfect, kid-friendly introduction to the concept of family heritage, the five friends from Scot Ritchie’s popular series participate in a Heritage Festival at their school.
Today is a big day for the five friends. Their class is hosting a Heritage Festival to celebrate the customs and traditions of people from all over the world. Martin, Sally, Pedro, Nick and Yulee are best friends, and they each have their own heritage. Martin’s mom was born in Japan, and his dad’s family is from India. Sally is Haida, one of the Indigenous peoples in the Pacific Northwest. Pedro is from Brazil, Yulee is from Egypt and Nick’s ancestors were Scandinavian. The friends have so much to share with each other! They discover the many ways they’re alike and also what makes them unique. Which makes everyone feel like they belong!
Primary ISBN: 9781525304972
Available As: Hardcover, eBook
Picture Book, Age 04 or older
Setting: United States
Character’s New Arrival/New American Status: Unknown Arrival
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