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Tania’s Diwali Celebration

Tania's Diwali CelebrationTania’s Diwali Celebration – It is Diwali, the Indian festival of lights. Tania participates in the various rituals of decorating, sweet making, lighting crackers, and more. Read on to find out about all the exciting things Tania does for the perfect Diwali. Another great adventure in the Tania’s Series.

By: Kanika G

 

Sample Text From Tania’s Diwali Celebration:

Tania Celebrates Diwali

Tania was really excited. The last day of school was finally over. Tania’s Diwali vacation had begun. Diwali was still a few days away. But there was a lot of preparation to do. Diwali is the Indian festival of lights. It is celebrated with sweets, lights, decorations, games and firecrackers. Tania was now old enough to enjoy it all and she had been looking forward to it for a while.

Tania's Diwali Celebration

Mama had planned some fun activities for Tania. First on the agenda was to decorate diyas. Tania asked “Mama, what is a diya?”

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About the Author:

Kanika G is a physicist who began writing to entertain her daughter, a very successful hobby which led to the popular Tania series. She now has a large range of children’s books enjoyed by many readers. You can read more abut Kanika here:  https://freekidsbooks.org/author-biography-kanika-g/ 

About the Tania Series

Kanika G is a physicist and mother of two. She started writing to entertain her first child when she was two. Each book would be read to her daughter, and this would form a critique and improvement cycle for the book. She now has over 30 Tania books and more books for young children and children learning to read.

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For All of Kanika’s books on Free Kids Books, and more about the author see here: https://freekidsbooks.org/author/kanika-g/

 
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Comments 3

  • I liked this book because it not only explained somethings about this holiday that I hadn’t heard about before. It is written in a language that children can understand and it shows other kids that they can write books, too.

     
  • The book was so nice!I loved it!

     
  • Claire writes:
    It is cool how they make there own candles and have different ways to light a firecracker. I wonder what kind of candy they have at their party? Anyway I hope that where ever that holiday is it is fun so everybody can have a good time every year!!!

    Satinder writes:
    good

    Gator’s Papa writes:
    This was a very nice and informative story, my daughter really liked it, thank you.

    Zayden Barretto writes:
    I liked the book so much.

     
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