Books in category Social Science – Holidays (non-religious)

  • A Guide to Fairs and Festivals in the United States

    A Guide to Fairs and Festivals in the United States
    Frances Shemanski

    "[This volume] will be particularly useful to travelers, festival organizers, and individuals interested in tracing the history of the individual events.

  • Halloween

    Halloween
    James Lantos, Applewood Books

    Part of Applewood's Pictorial America series, the book features images drawn from historical sources and includes prints, paintings, illustrations, and photographs.

  • Minority Rights Protection in International Law

    Minority Rights Protection in International Law
    Helen O’Nions

    As a result, this work will be a valuable resource for social scientists and practitioners in the field of human rights.

  • Every Day Is Mother s Day

    Every Day Is Mother’s Day
    Darrin Zeer

    This charming illustrated volume offers mom dozens of ways to unwind from the stresses of her day and helpful tips for a more harmonious household.

  • Introduction to Analysis of Variance Design Analyis Interpretation

    Introduction to Analysis of Variance: Design, Analyis & Interpretation
    J. Rick Turner, Julian Thayer

    Organized so that the reader moves from the simplest type of design to more complex ones, the authors introduce five different kinds of ANOVA techniques and explain which design//analysis is appropriate to answer specific questions.

  • Valentine s Day

    Valentine’s Day
    Natalie M. Rosinsky

    Provides information on the origins of the holiday and some of the ways that it is celebrated.

  • The Hallowed Eve

    The Hallowed Eve
    Jack Santino

    Through the extensive use of interviews, The Hallowed Eve offers a fascinating look at the various customs, both past and present, that mark the celebration of the holiday.

  • Where Does Halloween Come From Children s Holidays Celebrations Books

    Where Does Halloween Come From? | Children’s Holidays & Celebrations Books
    Baby Professor

    It is also very rich in culture, traditions and history that if you just dig a little deeper, you'll be uncovering a time bomb of information. Spend time reading this book to your child or you can use it as tool for independent learning.

  • What Is the True Meaning of Christmas Childrenâ s Jesus Book

    What Is the True Meaning of Christmas? | Children’s Jesus Book
    Baby Professor

    Beyond the gifts and spirit, Christmas is a definite religious celebration. It’s time your child discovers the true meaning of Christmas direct from this picture book.

  • MERRY CHRISTMAS

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!
    Karal Ann Marling

    Using mass culture and media to explore the true meaning of Christmas in America, the author separates myth from practice, using lithographs, magazine fictioin, pictorial ads, news photos, cards, and movies to deconstruct the season.

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