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Sweden," by Monica Rabe, is part of the "Festivals of the World" book series. This book combines a very readable text with many full-color photographs to educate readers about the festivals of the title country. Included are a map, a short glossary, and an index.

Sweden," by Monica Rabe, is part of the "Festivals of the World" book series. The king's birthday, Walpurgis Night, Midsummer's Day, and other festivals are discussed. Related topics covered include the role of the Swedish royal family, traditional superstitions, and Viking mythology.

Gagnef Festival is an alternative music festival in Gagnef, Sweden. They have been growing bigger and bigger, booking some of the largest artists in Sweden and competing with other well-known festivals. 20) Statement Festival. The definition of a boutique festival, Gagnef was born out of a 30th birthday party over 15 years ago. Friends kept coming back every year and eventually it turned into one of the hottest festivals in Europe. Capped at 3,000 people to maintain a sense of intimacy, the festival is all about atmosphere, offering lineups of the best acts you’ve never heard of and the chance to party with the best bunch of crazy people you’ll ever meet.

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Festivals of the World. By (author) Monica Rabe. Describes how the culture of Sweden is reflected in its many festivals, including the Feast of Valborg, Midsummer's Day, Lucia Day, and the 20th Day of Knut show more.

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The number of festivals has grown in recent years to include festivals that focus on children, short films, immigrant groups, and much more. Here are the ones you should know about. Stockholm International Film Festival. Launched in 1990 with an aim to broaden the film offerings in Sweden, the Stockholm International Film Festival is one of the biggest film festivals in the country, and while the splashy annual festival that attracts filmmakers and film lovers from around the world is held for two weeks in November, the festival also promotes film year-round, with screenings around the city.

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From the beginning, the festival focused on the enthusiastic embracing of the world’s disparate cultures, encouraging the breaking down of boundaries through art, music, and movement

Describes how the culture of Sweden is reflected in its many festivals, including the Feast of Valborg, Midsummer's Day, Lucia Day, and the 20th Day of Knut

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Yndanol
"Sweden," by Monica Rabe, is part of the "Festivals of the World" book series. This book combines a very readable text with many full-color photographs to educate readers about the festivals of the title country. Included are a map, a short glossary, and an index.
The king's birthday, Walpurgis Night, Midsummer's Day, and other festivals are discussed. Related topics covered include the role of the Swedish royal family, traditional superstitions, and Viking mythology. The book describes such interesting customs as leaving out a bowl of porridge for the "hustomte" (a gnome who guards one's house), or having a sour herring party. And of course, the book discusses the traditional Swedish smorgasbord.
The book gives instructions on how to make a Julangel (a decorative Christmas angel), as well as a recipe for coconut chocolate balls (I haven't tried the recipe, but it sounds delicious!). Throughout the book are many colorful images: children in traditional costumes, the royal family in elegant dress, a field of beautiful daffodils, etc.
Windforge
This book is just amazing! It's really creative and includes everything about Sweden. A great book!
Sweden (Festivals of the World) download epub
Geography & Cultures
Author: Monica Rabe
ISBN: 0836820088
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Language: English
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub (January 1, 1998)