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A religion is a set of beliefs that is passionately held by a group of people that is reflected in a world view and in expected beliefs and actions (which are often ritualized). There are many different religions, each with a different set of beliefs. The beliefs are about the world and the people in it, about how they came into being, and what their purpose is. These beliefs according to some religious sects, are often linked to supernatural beings such as God, a number of gods or spirits. They may also be linked to an idea such as a path that the spirit of each person should take towards goodness, truth and duty.
Embark on a journey through the most interesting and important festivals, celebrations, and holidays enjoyed by people around the world. Factual writing introduces young readers to the most interesting aspects of each celebration, from the costumes worn to the food eaten, and encourage an understanding of other cultures and religions. It's time to celebrate!
Learn about the diverse and vibrant festivals that are celebrated around the world. This series encourages children to consider religious beliefs and cultural traditions via easy to read text and informative imagery.
What is the most popular pet in the world? Where is the hottest place on Earth? When did the first civilization develop? Learn these and hundreds and other fascinating facts about the planet and its people with this illustrated guide, full of graphs and charts.
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