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The Parri, Pip and Pete (PPP) series of books are fun and engaging stories written to promote sound values and morals in children. These short stories center around the cheeky but lovable Parri and his two best friends and the issues they face at school, home life and from everyday living. Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival Parri and Pete get to share the The Parri, Pip and Pete (PPP) series of books are fun and engaging stories written to promote sound values and morals in children. These short stories center around the cheeky but lovable Parri and his two best friends and the issues they face at school, home life and from everyday living. Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival Parri and Pete get to share the Chinese New Festival celebration with Pip. In Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival, the friends learn about the value of cultural diversity. Titles available in the Parri, Pip, Pete series: PPP and Ants in your Pants PPP and Billy Braggs PPP and Great Uncle Bill PPP and Mr Boring PPP and Mr Grumpy Chops PPP and Peggy the Dog PPP and Slip, Slop, Slap PPP and the Birthday Party PPP and Campfire Barbecue PPP and the Chinese New Year Festival PPP and the Computer Gremlin PPP and the Forty Hour Famine PPP and the Lunch Box Envy PPP and the Magic Socks PPP and the Oopsy Daisy Day


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The Parri, Pip and Pete (PPP) series of books are fun and engaging stories written to promote sound values and morals in children. These short stories center around the cheeky but lovable Parri and his two best friends and the issues they face at school, home life and from everyday living. Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival Parri and Pete get to share the The Parri, Pip and Pete (PPP) series of books are fun and engaging stories written to promote sound values and morals in children. These short stories center around the cheeky but lovable Parri and his two best friends and the issues they face at school, home life and from everyday living. Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival Parri and Pete get to share the Chinese New Festival celebration with Pip. In Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival, the friends learn about the value of cultural diversity. Titles available in the Parri, Pip, Pete series: PPP and Ants in your Pants PPP and Billy Braggs PPP and Great Uncle Bill PPP and Mr Boring PPP and Mr Grumpy Chops PPP and Peggy the Dog PPP and Slip, Slop, Slap PPP and the Birthday Party PPP and Campfire Barbecue PPP and the Chinese New Year Festival PPP and the Computer Gremlin PPP and the Forty Hour Famine PPP and the Lunch Box Envy PPP and the Magic Socks PPP and the Oopsy Daisy Day

1 review for Parri, Pip, Pete and the Chinese New Years Festival: (fun Story Teaching You the Value of Appreciating Diversity, Children Books for Kids Ages 5-8)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katharina

    This book is written to have children see, and or talk about cultural differences within holidays. Essentially, Parri and Pete show Pip what a Chinese new year looks like, and they learn some things that come from that. I think that for a classroom this is a very informational book for children to read and be interested by other cultures and their holidays. I found this book to be heartwarming, and informational. It was also a really good read. I would recommend this book to any teachers with yo This book is written to have children see, and or talk about cultural differences within holidays. Essentially, Parri and Pete show Pip what a Chinese new year looks like, and they learn some things that come from that. I think that for a classroom this is a very informational book for children to read and be interested by other cultures and their holidays. I found this book to be heartwarming, and informational. It was also a really good read. I would recommend this book to any teachers with younger children to read at reading time, circle time, or just to have in the classroom as a book that children can choose to read on their free time.

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